Like many gamers who laugh at danger and / or adversity, you were undoubtedly in front of your screen to discover yesterday afternoon the first gameplay clips of the classy and highly anticipated Elden Ring. There is still the choice of platform …
It is an understatement to say that the presentation of about fifteen minutes will have finished raising the thermometer around the next game from From Software. The proof: most of the Collector’s or Premium’s editions of Elden Ring which were still available for pre-order quickly saw their stocks melt like snow in the sun, until they reached the famous out of stock, the one that usually makes the dealers happy. second hand.
Elden Ring, a game on perf?
But for the others, those who would patiently wait for the release of the game and / or the publication of the first tests to make their choice, there remains the question of support, thorny if there is one. Fortunately, the American brand Gamestop today comes a little clue that could tip the scales in favor of the PS5 version. Indeed, the Elden Ring file now mentions an improved experience a priori only allowed on the new generation console from Sony:
Using the power of the new generation of consoles, the PlayStation 5 will allow gamers to personalize their experience by choosing between GRAPHIC MODE to enhance the visuals of the game (up to displaying an image in 4K) or PERFORMANCE MODE for a frequency higher images (up to 60 FPS).
Like the remake of Demon’s Souls which precisely accompanied the sparse arrival of the PS5 on store shelves, aesthetes will therefore have the opportunity to choose between an always fluid action, or sacrifice the latter in favor of a increased finesse.
In view of the requirement that generally characterizes the productions of the From Software studio, the choice almost seems to fall under the direction, but it is up to you to decide: will you rather opt for the Graphic mode, or will you privilege it. Performance mode to enjoy Elden Ring? The comments are yours!
Elden Ring is still due out on February 25, 2022 on PS5 (obviously), Xbox Series X | S, PC, PS4, and Xbox One.