Wild Hearts feature

WILD HEARTS will get a CPU performance patch next week

Omega Force has revealed that it’s working on a PC performance patch for WILD HEARTS that will go live next week. According to the devs, this update should improve performance across mid-high end CPUs.

WILD HEARTS releases officially on February 17th. However, we’ll slightly delay our PC Performance Analysis until Omega Force releases this PC performance update.

It’s also worth noting that Omega Force is working on DLSS and FSR support which will arrive in a future patch. However, there is no word yet on whether we’ll get DLSS 3 or DLSS 2 support.

EA and KOEI Tecmo describe WILD HEARTS as a unique twist on the hunting genre where technology gives you a fighting chance against fearsome beasts infused with the ferocious power of nature itself. In this game, players will take on these creatures alone or hunt with friends in seamless co-op.

Stay tuned for more!

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