Studio Motive has confirmed that Dead Space Remake will offer different graphics display modes on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles.
There are only two weeks left until the official premiere, so the developers decided to reveal additional information about the technical details of the game. The range of options for console users is quite standard, as the following modes have been prepared:
- Chaos – 4K resolution and ray tracing at 30 frames per second
- Performance – 2K resolution without ray tracing, but at 60 frames per second
Final PC hardware requirements have also been confirmed. The lineup is no different&egogon; since last October. To run the game, we still need at least 16 GB of RAM and a GTX 1070 or AMD RX 5700. The production will take up 50 GB on the disk.
Looking for #DeadSpace glasses? We’ve got you covered. Console players have the option to choose between 2 graphics modes:
👉 Quality: 30 frames per second at 4K (UHD) resolution with ray tracing.
👉 Performance: 60fps with 2K (QHD) without ray tracing.
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— Dead Space (@deadspace) January 13, 2023
ś playing in 60 frames per second safe operation; happy, especially if we take into account &eotail; last&lstro;godišniš modę for publishing technically unfinished games. Even big productions like Gotham Knights and Plague Tale: Requiem can still be offered to console users in a maximum of 30 frames.
Dead Space Remake – a re-release of the 2008 title – will arrive on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles on January 27. It’s worth reminding, there’s still a unique offer available on Steam where you’ll also get Dead Space 2 when you pre-order the game.