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*This Game Is Currently In Early Access* Meridian: New World is a single player sci-fi real-time strategy game, with a focus on storytelling. Play as Daniel Hanson, commander of the first expedition to planet Meridian and uncover the dark secrets it holds! Shape the world around you with every decision you make and through every dialogue with your crew. Meridian: New World offers countless options to devise your own strategy, including various equipment options for your units and special abilities for you to rely upon.
Low vs Ultra Meridian: New World Screenshot Comparison.
What FPS does a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 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

Meridian: New World

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Low Vs Ultra GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Performance Review

The experience of playing Meridian: New World through a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is going to get a very strong 200+ FPS. With that performance recorded at 1920x1080 res when running High graphics.

But then the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will get a solid big screen performance at 4K, with 200+ 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 $3.21 per FPS, assuming we take it based on the GPU’s launch price.

This graphics card, paired with at least 2GB system memory and a suitable processor, like the Intel Core i7-6900K 8-Core 3.2GHz would be perfect to run this game at 4K Ultra.

In summary, if you are looking to play Meridian: New World in Ultra then you have come with the right graphics card. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti can chew through the graphical performance needs of the game with relative ease. 1080p Ultra will return 200+ frames, then the larger screen resolution of 1440p can deliver 200+ FPS, with the 4K resolution seeing 200+ FPS in Ultra as well.

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Cost Per FPS @ 1080p for Meridian: New World

Graphics Card price at launch: