Splash Damage is no newcomer to the first-person shooter genre having released two Wolfenstein games, Doom 3, and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars in the last decade. Brink is the company's latest creation, a class-based multiplayer first-person shooter built on a modified version of idTech 4.
Since launching last week the game has received mixed reviews, nonetheless we're optimistic about Brink as it looks to be an exciting, fast-paced first-person shooter that should run well on a wide range of hardware -- or so we suspect. Continue reading to see how the game performs on a dozen current and previous-generation GPUs priced from $100 to $700.
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