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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League ROG Ally Gameplay & Settings

Updated: Feb 6

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Despite the controversies surrounding Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, I've found myself genuinely enjoying its humor and gameplay.

Despite being fun, it's important to note that the game does have some performance issues. On the Ally, I found the best settings at a resolution of 720p, the game runs between 30 to 50 frames per second, depending on the area, with a smoother 60 frames per second during cutscenes and that was with FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution) at quality settings.

The game is practically unplayable at 900p and 15 watts, with frequent stutters despite the frame rate counter showing 30 fps.

Given these performance issues, I recommend playing 'Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League' at 720p and 30 watts on the ROG Ally. This setting offers a more stable experience, albeit with some compromises in visual fidelity. FSR quality mode is necessary to maintain stability, but the game remains playable and enjoyable.

I was using the latest AMD drivers, but I decided against using motion fluid frames due to the already low frame rate and the game's fast-paced nature, which made the lag noticeable and stuttering with AFMF enabling and disabling all the time

Overall, 'Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League' runs decently on the ROG Ally, provided you stick to 720p and 30W settings. Keep an eye out for future updates that might bring stability improvements.

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