Path of Exile Benchmark on Shadow

Last updated on Jul 13, 2021

Posted on Feb 11, 2020

Path of Exile, a top-down action role-playing game similar to that of Diablo. The game originally launched back in 2013 for the Windows platform and is available on both the Xbox One and PS4.

Path of Exile is Free to Play and allows for both singleplayer and multiplayer gameplay. The game has multiple acts to play through. Once completed, you can play through all the acts again, however, the acts will be increasingly difficult.

Path of Exile is one of the most popular free to play MMO's around with a lot of cool features, and regular updates to the game.

This is a gameplay benchmark of Path of Exile, and how well it runs on the Shadow Hardware. This post will be updated whenever new hardware is released on Shadow.

Shadow Boost Benchmark

System Specifications

  • CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2678 v3 2.5GHz (3.4GHz Boost)
  • GPU: NVIDIA Quadro P5000
  • RAM: 12GB

Gameplay benchmark results (1080p)

  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Graphics: Maximum available graphics

The game runs incredibly well on Shadow. I feel little to no latency lag, and FPS stays in the lower 200's most of the time. Gameplay felt smooth, and I did not notice any difference than that of running it on a local PC.

Other than minor frame skips from my Shadow Client, and dips in FPS on Path of Exile. I highly recommend Shadow if you want to get a Cloud Gaming platform for Path of Exile.

Gameplay Video (1080P)

This is a direct gameplay video of Path of Exile. No commentary. FPS can be located at the top of the screen

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