What happened? If you watched the latest Elden Ring gameplay video (if not, watch it below), you know why so many people are excited about future ghosts. Bandai Namco Entertainment has now shared more details about the game, including ray tracing and 4K support, HDR compatibility, and a 60fps limit for PC.
While Elden Ring is one of many games that offer ray tracing effects, they will be achieved through patching. It is not known at this time what he will do after leaving the position. In addition, the game will support 4K resolution with HDR. There is no mention of DLSS or AMD FSR, which is a shame, and we can expect the PC system requirements to be revealed at another date. p>
While all of this sounds very attractive, it is an element that is not very welcome. For fans of computer games, the warhead Elden Ring is 60 frames per second. The good news is that, like Dark Souls 3 and Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, one can expect costumes beyond that to arrive here shortly after the game's release. p>
In addition to Bandai Namco, developed by FromSoftware. Five classes of players will be available in the Elden Ring Test Network: warrior, enchanted knight, prophet, hero, and bloody wolf, each with two body types. If this network test, not available on PC, is similar to FromSoftware's previous tests, none of the classes will make it to the final game. p>
In seven days, these five brave, dull ones will pass. Sea of Mist. #ELDENRING pic.twitter.com/t7SNykhr3E- ELDEN RING (ELDENRING) November 5, 2021
Elden Ring was scheduled to release on January 21, 2022, but FromSoftware said last month that should set the date back to February 25, 2022
If you're a fan of FromSoftware games, check out King's Field Retrospective: Exploring the Roots of Elden Ring and Dark Souls.
Elden Ring details revealed: 60fps warhead on PC, support for packet tracing for access via patch
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