Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor Has An In-Game Benchmark, GTX970 Reported Pushing 70FPS At 1080p

Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor is almost upon us and YouTube’s member ‘teoKrazia’ has shared a video, showing the in-game benchmark tool that will be featured in it. Moreover, toeKrazia tested Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor on an Intel i5 2500K@4.4, with a GeForce GTX 970 4GB, FoceWare 344.11 WHQL drivers and 8GB RAM. This combo run the benchmark (at 1080p with max settings) with an average framerate of 70fps (minimum framerate was 41fps). Do note that while teoKrazia has selected the Ultra textures, this HD Texture Pack has not been made available yet (meaning that those are High and not Ultra textures). Enjoy the video after the jump!

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