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 Radeon RX 5300 get @ 1080p?

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* This page is using reference screenshots for display purposes and not from in-game

Hide and Shriek

Radeon RX 5300

Low Vs Ultra Radeon RX 5300 Performance Review

Booting up Hide and Shriek with the 1 year old Radeon RX 5300 looks like it will get a very strong 105 FPS. Which is at High settings on 1080p performance.

With such a great performance found in 1080p we step things up to 1440p. Where we still see a solid 57 frame count in Ultra graphics, even on 1440p resolution. Or it could also get 71 FPS on Medium graphics at 4K resolution, if you wanted higher resolution. Based on the Radeon RX 5300 launch price, this would cost $0 for each 1440p Ultra frame, or a more reasonable $0 per FPS on Medium 1440p.

To summarise, this is an easy one, the Radeon RX 5300 solution can play Hide and Shriek at Ultra settings despite the desired screen resolution (up to 4K) you want to play it on. 4K Ultra gets 34 frame rate, whereby we see 57 frame rate for the 1440p Ultra and if you wish to look at 1080p gaming then 75 frames per second is the type of results. Using the graphics card launch price we calculate the cost per frame to look like this for the different resolutions - 1080p Ultra costs $0, 1440p costs $0 and 4K costs $0.

Radeon RX 5300 Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for Hide and Shriek

Graphics Card price at launch: