In all that we’ve discovered about Ghostwire: Tokyo in current days (and we’ve discovered fairly a bit), a lot of its protection has been centered on the game’s PS5 model, from its a number of graphics modes to the way it will leverage the DualSense and its distinctive options.
Some particulars on the PC model have additionally emerged, nevertheless – for example, it will assist AMD’s FidelityFX Tremendous Decision, Nvidia’s DLSS, and Unreal’s Temporal Tremendous Decision – and now, we’ve additionally received a meaty chunk of footage that reveals game operating on PC.
Uploaded by IGN, the video reveals 10 minutes of Ghostwire: Tokyo operating on a PC utilizing an RTX 2080ti. All graphics settings within the game are set to “Cinematic High quality”, whereas all ray tracings settings have additionally been enabled, with the footage captured in a 2560 x 1440 decision. Try the video beneath.
Ghostwire: Tokyo will launch on March 25 for PS5 and PC- take a look at its system necessities via right here. Additionally be sure to learn our impressions on the primary 5 hours of the game.
Lately, Ghostwire: Tokyo producer Masato Kimura additionally stated that Tango Gameworks might be open to creating DLC for the game “if the chance arises”- learn extra on that via right here.