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FlatOut [PC]
FlatOut
FPS System Benchmark
200+ FPS
High
Graphics Card
  • Release Date
    EU/UK:Nov-05-2004
    US:Jul-12-2005
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PC System Analysis for FlatOut
FlatOut is a racing video game developed by Finnish Bugbear Entertainment and published by Empire Interactive and Vivendi Universal Games in 2004 and 2005. Gameplay in Flatout places emphasis on demolition derby-style races, and features a sophisticated physics engine. 16 different cars are included, each with 5 different skins for them.FlatOut is noted for its extensive use of physics in vehicle damage and collisions; dents on vehicles may vary based on the type of accident, object and angle of impact (falling objects, for example, will damage mostly the upper areas of a car), while many roadside items react better to collisions from other vehicles.

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FlatOut System Requirements
Intel CPU
AMD CPU
Nvidia Graphics Card
AMD Graphics Card
VRAM
RAM
OS
Direct X
HDD Space
GD Verdict
Recommended Requirements
256 MB
GD VRAM hardware score: 1
512 MB
GD RAM hardware score: 1
DX 9
1.5 GB
FPS
Average Frames Per Second
Low Setting
Premium Only FPS
Medium Setting
Premium Only FPS
High Setting
Premium Only FPS
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Premium Only FPS
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Modern Only
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FlatOut vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
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CPU
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Graphics Card
4934%
RAM
12GB
2244%
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