The Tango Gameworks game has its release date set for March 25.
There are less than ten days left for the premiere of GhostWire: Tokyo on PC and on the new generation of PlayStation, but since Tango Gameworks They are already sharing a lot of information about what we can expect. So much so that we have already played it, and we come to tell you about one of the things that has caught our attention at the controls.
We will have to prioritize quality or performanceBeyond its conception and the playable mechanics it offers, the title has different modes to choose how we want it to run. This is common in new generation releases, but what is not so common is to check that has six different graphic modes in its PlayStation 5 version.
The usual thing is to find a couple or go to the PC version for total customization, but here there are up to six possibilities on the Sony console. Basically we talk about three modes as such, but in the last one we have several customization options that modify the gaming experience. We explain them below:
- Quality mode– High-quality ray-traced rendering capped at 30 FPS.
- Performance mode: focused on greater fluidity when playing with a limit of 60 FPS.
- HFR Quality Mode: no frame per second limit but with graphics settings. From 30 to 50 FPS.
- HFR Performance Mode: no limit on frames per second but betting on fluidity. More than 60 FPS.
- HFR Quality Mode (Vsync): Similar to HFR Quality Mode but using Vsync to resolve tearing issues.
- HFR Performance Mode (Vsync): Similar to HFR Performance Mode but using Vsync to resolve tearing issues.
As always, the dilemma in the end is summed up in debating whether we want to bet on greater graphic fidelity or we are more in tune with prioritizing the frame rate per second. The latest options offer more freedom but more instabilityso we recommend one of the first two modes if life isn’t going in a frame or so.
We insist that these options are from PS5, since the game is released on this platform and on PC next March 25th. However, PS4 users can also join the experience by trying the free prequel available on PlayStation Store, a visual novel that serves to prepare us for the events that we will experience in the city of Tokyo.
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