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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen’s Framerate won’t be Locked on PC
With the release of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen coming in January to the PC talk has begun among fans as to the performance of the game. One question raised has been if the FPS will be capped at a certain level (usually 30FPS).
To answer the fans, Capcom’s Senior Director of Digital Platforms has taken to NeoGAF to put gamer’s hearts at ease:
“Dear fellow Arisens –
Tons of folks asked whether the upcoming PC port will have a capped frame rate. With DDDA being an MT Framework-based game, you can rest assured it’ll have the usual graphics options found in other Capcom PC titles.
Stay tuned as we’ll have more details to share regarding tech specs and features in the coming weeks/months.”
The MT Framework is the game engine that Capcom use to make their current generation games, as well as some previous. The reaction to the announcement seemed to go well with the Neogaf users, as Capcom don’t tend to have a bad history when it comes to PC ports, I doubt they have little to worry about.
With Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen taking so long to get to the PC, fans will obviously be looking for big improvements to the game, especially to entice them to play a game that is starting to age. Released in 2013 though it isn’t that old, and given the right treatment should look good on the PC platform.
With Capcom bringing the game over to the PC I’m sure they won’t want to waste their time, or the fans, with a shoddy port that just wastes money. We’ll have to wait until more announcements are made to see what technical specs and features will be revealed closer to the release.
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