In case you somehow missed it, yesterday saw the arrival of an extended look at Elden Ring, FromSoftware's hotly anticipated action RPG. If you've been waiting for some proper gameplay footage, we now have nearly 20 minutes' worth, showing off exploration in the open world and combat against basic enemies and one or two bosses. In addition, pre-orders have been going live across various retailers, and one listing points to an unannounced feature for the PlayStation 5 version.
According to the collector's edition page on US retailer GameStop, Elden Ring players on PS5 will be able to choose from two display modes. This has become fairly commonplace over the last 12 months, but it's still good to see this game will provide you with more options. A Performance Mode will allow you to run the game with a target of 60 frames-per-second, while the Graphic Mode puts the focus on resolution, bumping the picture quality to 4K at a lower frame rate.
In the aforementioned gameplay video, the game was running on a PC build at 60 frames-per-second, so we can expect the PS5 version to match up to that. Will you play Elden Ring in Performance or Graphic Mode on PS5? Choose wisely in the comments section below.
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