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Scarlet Nexus Will Target 4K Resolution & 60 FPS on PS5 & Xbox Series X

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Scarlet Nexus Will Target 4K Resolution & 60 FPS on PS5 & Xbox Series X

If you’re wondering about how Bandai Namco’s Scarlet Nexus will perform on different platforms, you have come to the right place.

If you’re wondering about how Bandai Namco’s Scarlet Nexus will perform on different platforms, you have come to the right place.

Director Kenji Anabuki revealed during a press keynote that the Xbox One and PS4 versions are targeting 1080p and will run at 30 frames-per-second.

On the other hand, the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions will aim for 4K and will run at 60 FPS.

The Steam version for PC will grant you 4K and 60 FPS if your rig matches the recommended specs.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, here’s how Bandai Namco describes Scarlet Nexus.

“In the far distant future, a psionic hormone has been discovered in the human brain, granting people extra-sensory powers and changing the world as we know it.

As humanity enters this new era, deranged mutants known as Others begin to descend from the sky with a hunger for human brains. Impervious to conventional weapons, those with acute extra-sensory abilities, known as psychics, are our only chance to fight the onslaught from above and preserve humanity.

Since that fateful day psychics have been scouted for their talents and recruited to the Other Suppression Force, humanity’s last line of defense.

Players will dive into a complex story of bonds, courage and heroism crafted by the minds behind the iconic TALES OF game, TALES OF VESPERIA. Using psycho-kinetic powers, the world becomes an important ally. Lift, break, and hurl pieces of the environment to build attack combos and lay waste to enemies.”

If you’d like to see more of  Scarlet Nexus, you can check out the latest trailer, the latest screenshots, the original trailer, another gallery of screenshots, a gameplay showcase, and even more screenshots.

The game is coming for PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

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