So far, most of the official footage we've seen of Sonic Frontiers has been presented with a smooth framerate of 60 frames-per-second. This is obviously the ideal for a game that lets you move so quickly, but presumably, everything we've seen has been running on a decent PC. How is the game going to perform on consoles? Well, apparently, it will hit 60fps on PS5, but only if you don't mind a lower resolution.

Twitter user tadanohi, who attended Tokyo Game Show recently, asked a SEGA representative about Frontiers' technical performance. Apparently, the game will have two options on PS5: 4K resolution at 30fps, or 1080p at 60fps. In other words, a fidelity mode and a performance mode. PS4, meanwhile, will present the game at 1080p and 30fps.

Of course, this is the word of just one person, so there's a possibility there might be some inaccuracies here. That said, it's not unusual for PS5 games to have similar visual options — many offer fidelity and performance modes. We've reached out to SEGA for clarification, and will update the story if we hear back.

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