Bandai Namco released specs for Elden Ring ahead of the game’s upcoming closed network test. The spec sheet notes that the game will be capped at 60 frames per second (fps) on PC and will lack some features on Xbox Series S.
Elden Ring, which launches in February, will be a cross-generation game. While it’ll take advantage of current-gen features on consoles like the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, it’ll still have to run on Xbox One and PS4. The spec sheet shows exactly what compromises players can expect on each platform.
For PC players, the frame rate will cap at 60 fps. It’ll support HDR and ray-tracing and feature a max resolution of 3840 x 2160p.
For those who plan to play on an older system, the game won’t push past 30 ps on PS4 and Xbox One.
Current-gen players on
Those who opt to play the game on Xbox Series S won’t quite get the full current-gen experience. The game will not support
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