Deathloop is finally here and the game is one of the best reasons to purchase PlayStation 5. the game is out for both PS5 and PC and it’s 18% off on Green Man Gaming.
On PlayStation 5 we will get three available graphics presets which is the performance (no RT, dynamic 4K scaling, stable 60 frames per second); visual quality (no RT, dynamic 4K scaling, 60 FPS with drops, graphic fidelity prioritized); and ray tracing (dynamic 4K scaling, high graphic fidelity, ray tracing enabled, 30 FPS).
However in the PC version which sadly has no crossplay functionality with the PlayStation 5, but the game will still support the main DualSense features, haptic feedback, and adaptive triggers.
But there is still one thing missing on the PC platform, and it’s that the controller’s speaker which only works on PS5 will not work on PC. This may not be a big deal for me, but to me hearing the voice of my characters and my comrade’s voice through the DualSense speaker is something without which I cannot play the game.
On PC, the game has support for HDR displays and also features ray-traced options for shadows and ambient occlusion. However, what shocked most of us is the fact that the game supports NVIDIA Reflex.
NVIDIA’s Reflex is mostly used in online games and it lowers the overall system latency, which is a boon in any game that requires fairly precise controls, regardless of whether it’s.
With NVIDIA Reflex already bringing support to the name, we expect the graphics maker to bring DLSS to the fray as well. Despite Deathloop’s support of AMD Fidelity FX Super Resolution, this isn’t an AMD-sponsored game on PC.
The further report suggests that the game runs smoothly at 4K resolution on a PC powered by Intel i9 9900K and GeForce RTX 3090 hardware. Though it is recommended to cap the frame rate at 60 or 75 frames per second to have the best visual experience without stuttering.