Bandai NAMCO unveils Elden Ring s specifications and compatibility
FromSoftware is a video game developer known for his stimulating, adventurous and unique games, with major titles to his credit such as Senior, Blood-borne and Dark Souls. These games have attracted a huge base of fans, and it is not surprising that Elder Ring, the next title of FromSoftware, which is very expected. Elder Ring is an upcoming Action RPG that should go out on February 25, 2022, on Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. Banzai NAMC Entertainment, the game editor, unveiled the specifications of the game for PC and console platforms as well as its compatibility between the old and new generation consoles.
The specifications of the PC are:
Maximum resolution : up to 3840x2160p
Frequency of images: up to 60 fps
HDR : Supported
Ray tracing (via patch): Supported
The PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 4 Pro both support the HDR, but limit the FPS to 30 and none supports the Ray tracing. The PlayStation 5 limits the FPS to 60, but supports the HDR, the Ray racing and has a maximum resolution of 3840x2160p. The PlayStation 4 version can be worn on PlayStation 5 but the PlayStation 5 version can not be worn on PlayStation 4. Therefore, the backup files can not be transferred to PlayStation 4 if someone continues on PlayStation 5.
The Xbox One S does not support the HDR or Ray tracing and is capped at 30fps while the Xbox One X allows the HDR but not the Ray tracing and is also capped at 30fps. The Xbox Series can go up to 60fps in Performance mode and supports the HDR but not the Ray tracing. The Xbox Series X supports Retracing, HDR and 60FPS in performance mode. It can also handle a resolution of 3840x2160p. Xbox supports compatibility between generations and the game and the backup data can be transferred between the two generations.
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