Hide and Shriek packshot image
Well, this game is the right way to go if you want to give yourself a heart attack. Pitting players against each other, one player has to find hidden gems while the other has to scare the living bejeebus out of them.
Low vs Ultra Hide and Shriek Screenshot Comparison.
What FPS does a GeForce RTX 3050 get @ 1080p?

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Hide and Shriek

GeForce RTX 3050

Low Vs Ultra GeForce RTX 3050 Performance Review

The experience of playing Hide and Shriek through a 1 year old GeForce RTX 3050 is going to get a very strong 193 FPS. Which is at High settings on 1080p performance.

But then the GeForce RTX 3050 will get a solid big screen performance at 4K, with 63 frames per second. So we expect you are likely to consider running the game in 4K or 1440p. If you are interested, this is a cost of $2.37 per FPS, assuming we take it based on the GPU’s launch price.

This graphics card, paired with at least 4GB system memory and a suitable processor, like the Intel Core i7-9700K 8-Core 3.6GHz would be perfect to run this game at 4K Ultra.

To summarise, we are in the realms of who gives a crap, when looking at game hardware demands, because the GeForce RTX 3050 card will play Hide and Shriek at Ultra settings almost regardless of the screen resolutions. 4K Ultra will get 63 frame rate, 1440p can deliver 105 FPS, and the lower resolution of 1080p comes in at 138 frames per second. For interest the cost per frame rate would look like this - 1080p Ultra costs $1.08, 1440p costs $1.42 and 4K costs $2.37.

GeForce RTX 3050 Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for Hide and Shriek

Graphics Card price at launch: