Due out in just over a month from now, Borderlands 3 is closing in fast, and so some of the game's finer details are starting to spill out into the open. In particular, Gearbox has said that the title will come with two performance modes on PlayStation 4 Pro. You can either "favour resolution", or you can "favour performance".
Opting for resolution will allow for 4K support, but the frame rate will be capped at 30 frames per second. Go for performance, however, and you'll get an increased frame rate cap of 60 frames per second, with the resolution stuck at 1080p. Always nice to have options, isn't it?
The developer also confirms that Borderlands 3 will support HDR. "With 4K and HDR enabled, the game looks amazing. Everything from the weapon in your hands to enemies to the FX from combat look especially crisp and detailed in this mode. Night fall is rendered in much darker blacks, and the killer sky boxes really pull you into the world that the team has built. If your display is capable, you’ll want to play around with these settings for sure," Gearbox's Scott Velasquez tells the PlayStation Blog. You can toggle between 4K and HDR individually, too.
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