Deathloop Supports 30 FPS With RT and 60 FPS Without RT On PS5, Runs at Dynamic 4K
Deathloop resolution and frame rate have been confirmed now that the game is due out soon. Here’s a look at the different modes and how they compare to PC.
Deathloop on PS5 will offer three different modes. First is the ray-tracing mode that runs at dynamic 4K and 30 FPS. It can drop down to 1440p at the lowest.
Second is the Performance mode that targets 60 FPS. This one also runs at dynamic 4K but it can drop below 1440p. The upside is that this pretty much confirms 60 FPS. This should be the preferred mode to play the game.
Lastly, those who don’t want to compromise on the visuals can choose the Quality mode. This one runs at variable 60 FPS and dynamic 4K resolution. It is a middle-ground between the Performance and the Ray-Tracing mode, but it doesn’t support RT.
What Is The Best Graphics Mode For Deathloop?
If you are looking to get the best visuals on PS5, you need to stick to the ray-tracing mode at 30 FPS. You will get things like ray-traced shadows and reflections in this mode.
If you had to ask us, we would advise using the Graphics mode that has variable 60 FPS but with visual quality still being decent. You will enjoy the game more with this mode at the start.
If you are sensitive to performance, you can stick to the 60 FPS performance mode. It doesn’t have fluctuating frame rate so you will get the best input feedback from this mode. If you want neither, you can have a look at the PC system requirements and determine if you can run it.
Deathloop will be released on September 14, 2021, for the PS5 and PC. It will be available on other platforms after September 14, 2022. It can be purchased for $59.99.