Ghostrunner native PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions are now available

Ghostrunner is a fun but difficult first-person action platform game, but it didn’t run well on consoles when it was first launched a year ago. Although the patch improves its performance on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, some non-PC players have always insisted on using the native PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions. Waiting for the end of today.

What is a ghost walker? This is a smooth cyberpunk action game that provides you with katana, sweet parkour action, and allows you to run fast/cross the city landscape and other areas while seamlessly destroying any enemies in the way. Death can come as quickly as you, which means you need to grasp the timing and the ability to react in order to survive the increasingly complex platform gloves full of enemies. As such a performance-based game, the entertainment value of Ghostrunner has always been associated with the hardware that can run it in the best condition, that is, the PC. Now, a new generation of console players can enjoy a similar experience.

The PS5 and XSX versions have 4K resolution, up to 120 frames per second motion, ray tracing and 3D spatial audio. On PS5, due to DualSense tactile feedback, literally, the game feels better. Through these upgrades, console players can enjoy the Ghostrunner experience previously only available on PC. These versions also include all game modes released during their life cycle, including easy-to-access auxiliary mode, roguelike wave mode, etc.

But what if you have already invested in games on PS4 and Xbox One? You can upgrade to a new generation port for free.

Now Ghostrunner can be played on almost all devices under the sun, and all eyes can be on the sequel announced earlier this year. Hope we can learn more about Ghostrunner 2 soon.