This is the preview of a new Direct3D 11 benchmark of an upcoming video game (PLA – Passion Leads Army) developed by Giant Interactive together with the Chinese military, and based on the Unreal Engine 3. This benchmark has been announced by NVIDIA’s boss at NGF Shanghai and should be released this month. It features hardware tessellation, PhysX based effects, …
13 thoughts on “Passion Leads Army: Video Preview of a new DX11 Benchmark”
Oh dear is this the chinese response to American’s Army game?
Ideological propaganda in the form of a computer game? Me don’t like — take it off! 🙁
@fellix how is it any different than our many war games such as the Call of Duty series?
COD have been turned into a point-and-shoot cash cow long time ago, based on a fictional storyline, and for sure doesn’t have any government backing.
You got to love physx. Once it popped its ugly head, framerate went to hell as always.
I honestly don’t understand why don’t they ditch the sucker, or at least make a dedicated card for it or something. Jesus!
Yeah… NV twimtbp… and what I see? A lot of tess+dm in “camera focused” areas… and not so round desk lamp, city clock, sewers entrances etc. etc. Is it so hard to use that tech wise?
meh…looks just like mafia2 or LA noire.. with hints of batman..
doesnt look like anythin special to me.. nothing we havent seen elsewhere.. its just another shitty UE3 benchmark
im waiting samartian demo or new nvidia dawn demo… yeaaah.
low textures lol
Looks like AMD fanboys can’t handle it…
It’s sad to see how nv fanboys can’t handle simple facts.
@Promilus: go to run OpenGL benches while I’ll enjoy games.
BENCHMARK OUT 😀 !
chinese HTTP/FTP server are often very laggy
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