These days new previews of Ghost Wire Tokyo, New work with Tints of Horror from Bethesda. Among the details that emerged was the fact that PS5 version has ben 6 different graphics modeswhich provides the player with great freedom of choice.
The presets involved are:
- Quality mode
- performance mode
- High frame rate quality mode
- High frame rate performance mode
- High Frame Rate Quality Mode with V-Sync
- High Frame Rate Performance Mode with V-Sync
Quality mode aims for accuracy 4K, 30fps, with active ray tracing for reflections and other graphical improvements. However, as you can read in our Ghostwire: Tokyo test, according to our tests, the game doesn’t seem to maintain 4K resolution all the time. Anyway, this should be considered a non-definitive version and things can change at launch.
On the other hand, performance mode has a file Frame rate aiming at 60fpsat the cost of resolution, which settles on 1080p, ray tracing and other graphic details of the quality preset.
The High Frame Rate Quality mode is similar to the first preset, but with the . format Framerate unlocked, which is generally between 40-50 fps. Similarly, the High Frame Rate Performance mode offers the same characteristics as the Performance mode in terms of visual quality, but with an unlocked frame rate, which exceeds the 60 fps threshold. Either way, the frame rate may not seem very stable.
Finally, the last two options are essentially variants of the two presets just mentioned, but with an extension V-Sync is activethus reducing instances of screen tearing for other graphic styles in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Ghostwire: Tokyo will be available for PS5 and PC starting March 25, 2022. You can also download for free from Steam and PlayStation Store Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, a visual novel that serves as a prequel to the game produced by Tango Gameworks and Bethesda.
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