War in a Box: Paper Tanks packshot image
Finally the war of paper tanks comes into your room!
How long can you hold the defences against paper tanks. Build your towers of paper before they get out of the box and make a big mess in the room.
Manage the turrets, upgrade and be careful where you put them... every decision can be fatal!
Watch out for the air units, they have a different route!
Amazing gameplay with incredible number of levels.
Simple yet hugely addictive game.
Low vs Ultra War in a Box: Paper Tanks Screenshot Comparison.
What FPS does a GeForce RTX 3050 get @ 1080p?

Reference Screenshots Only

No in-game screens available at this time*

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

War in a Box: Paper Tanks

GeForce RTX 3050

Low Vs Ultra GeForce RTX 3050 Performance Review

The experience of playing War in a Box: Paper Tanks through a 1 year old GeForce RTX 3050 is going to get a very strong 140 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 45 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 $3.31 per FPS, assuming we take it based on the GPU’s launch price.

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 War in a Box: Paper Tanks at Ultra settings almost regardless of the screen resolutions. 4K Ultra will get 45 frame rate, 1440p can deliver 76 FPS, and the lower resolution of 1080p comes in at 100 frames per second. For interest the cost per frame rate would look like this - 1080p Ultra costs $1.49, 1440p costs $1.96 and 4K costs $3.31.

GeForce RTX 3050 Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for War in a Box: Paper Tanks

Graphics Card price at launch: