Update: FromSoftware details official Elden Ring resolution and performance priority mode

Update, 11/08/21:

After speculating on the quality and performance patterns found through the Elden Ring purchase list, FromSoftware revealed Official specifications and compatibility details For the upcoming RPG.

PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions will be the same-both have a resolution mode, giving priority to 4K resolution and 30 FPS lock, and a performance mode, giving priority to 60 FPS games, dynamic resolution when playing games Make adjustments to ensure that the 60 FPS frame rate remains stable. Both new generation game consoles will support ray tracing (via patch) and HDR.

Xbox Series S will support up to 1440p resolution and 60FPS frame rate (via performance mode). It also supports HDR, but does not include ray tracing.

On PlayStation 4 Pro, it is expected to have 1800p resolution, 30 FPS frame rate and HDR. The standard PlayStation 4 does not support HDR, so don’t expect it to be there. However, you can expect up to 1080p resolution and 30 FPS.

The Xbox One X game console will support resolutions up to 4K, HDR and a frame rate of 30 FPS. Xbox One consoles will reach a resolution of up to 900p and a frame rate of 30FPS in Elden Ring, but HDR will not be available.

Old Xbox and PlayStation Elden Ring archives can be transferred to the new generation of consoles. However, PS5 archives cannot be transferred back to PS4, while Xbox Series X/S archives can be transferred to Xbox One consoles.

On a PC, the maximum resolution is 4K, and the maximum frame rate is 60 FPS.

The original story is as follows…


Original story, May 11, 21:

According to the Collector’s Edition list on GameStop, Elden Ring will have performance mode and graphics mode on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

First discovered Push sideIf you visit Elden Ring’s Collector’s Edition list PS5 or Xbox X series, You can find various details about FromSoftware’s upcoming open world RPG. In the “Enhanced Experience” section, GameStop’s list shows that Elden Ring will have two game modes.

“Use of power [the] A new generation of game consoles, [Xbox Series X/S and PS5] Players will be allowed to personalize their experience by choosing a graphics mode to enhance the visual effects of the game (up to 4K) or performance mode for higher frame rates (up to 60 FPS),” the GameStop list reads.

If this is true, it will be consistent with what we have seen in other inter-generational games. Many games released on previous generation consoles and new generation consoles have a certain quality or graphics mode, focusing more on resolution and performance modes, honed at higher frame rates on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S . The Elden Ring with these two game modes makes sense.

However, FromSoftware has not officially announced such a thing. Currently, the GameStop list is the only indication that Elden Ring will have two game modes. I hope we can learn more about the gameplay of Elden Ring on the new generation of consoles as soon as possible. Elden Ring will land on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on February 25.

While waiting for more information, check 15 minutes of Elden Ring gameplay FromSoftware released yesterday, Then view You can pre-order different versions of it now. read Game informant Everything we know about Elden Ring after that.

[Source: PushSquare]


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