I noticed a strange thing.
When I'm some meters away from a bush i got 60 fps, when I'm in a bush I got 60 fps. But when I'm near a bush and look at it i got 45-50 fps.
I was able to repeat this with every bush, walked near it and looked directly into the leaves and the result was 10 Fps less then before. I mean what the hell takes that much frames there ? HDR trough leaves ? But this wouldn't explain why i got 60 fps again when standing directly in it....
So here are some comparisons :
60fps not looking at the bush:
50fps looking at the bush:
60fps not looking at the tree:
45fps looking at the tree:
Someone able to explain this ? It can only have to do with the bushes/trees because I tested it on many different places with and without a city.