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Ryse Son of Rome PC has 4K Support, No Microtransactions, All DLCs
We are a fortnight away from Ryse Son of Rome PC version’s release. What could be a better timing for the developers to boast of what they have achieved in the upcoming version? As it happens, Crytek has more than a few things to talk about.
First off, the game is going to going to make the technological leap we are always looking forward to on PC titles i.e. 4K resolution. This is jaw dropping stuff that the developers are talking about here!
Among the headline-grabbing reasons to try Ryse on PC is the fact the game offers 4K resolution support. The next leap forward in display technology, 4K takes visuals to spectacular new levels of detail and offers players a whole new window on the worlds they interact with. In Ryse, the results of 4K support can be seen in the jaw-dropping textures, shading and more – bringing ancient Rome to life like you’ve never seen it before.
Moving on, the graphics and performance related customization options of the game are going to be quite comprehensive. There are two graphics related menus in the game where you will find things like window resolution, supersampling, graphics quality, texture resolution, full screen/ window mode options, FPS locking, VSYNC, native upscaling, rendering resolution, and some other ‘advanced graphics’ options.
The latter include shading quality, object detail, shadow quality, particle quality, animation quality, motion blur, temporal anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering.
Wait, there’s more, when the game releases it will come with all the four DLC packs that the Xbox One iteration had received. Last but not the least, Xbox One versions microtransactions are now a thing of the past. It is pure sweat and blood folks!
The game was originally released as an Xbox One exclusive launch title but failed to garner as much of the audience as expected by Crytek. Now, Ryse Son of Rome PC version will be releasing on October 10 where you can try it out in superior graphics.
Oh and by the way, if you are interested in getting Ryse Son of Rome PC version, do preorder it because that would bring you the original 25-song soundtrack by Hungarian Studio Orchestra. Their music sure was worth having!