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Rise Of The Ronin Will Reportedly Offer Quality/Performance Mode Options At Launch

Sony Interactive Entertainment and Team Ninja’s action role-playing game, Rise of the Ronin, will reportedly offer Quality and Performance mode options at launch.

Well-known leaker The Snitch has shared some new details regarding Team Ninja’s upcoming action role-playing game on their Discord server. Based on their information, Rise of the Ronin will include Quality and Performance mode options at launch.

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According to the leaked information, Rise of the Ronin’s gameplay is a mix of Assassin’s Creed, Ghost of Tsushima, and Dark Souls. Much like in the Souls games, item descriptions are used to expand and flesh out the game’s lore. The game is said to feature numerous side-quests that are similar in design to the ones seen in Ubisoft titles.

Furthermore, the leaked information mentions that Rise of the Ronin will feature difficulty options for players to adjust. Additionally, the game will include Skill and Technique trees that will unlock both active and passive skills/techniques for use in combat, stealth, and exploration. The leak also mentions that the developer plans on offering a number of romance options in the game.

With regards to the Performance and Quality modes, the leak mentions that developer Team Ninja is trying to improve Rise of the Ronin’s fidelity in both modes prior to its launch. Lastly, the leak states that the game is planned for release in Q1 of 2024.

Previously, the store page for Rise of the Ronin on the PlayStation Store was updated with a new FAQ, which offered clarity on the possibility of a PS4 version. The FAQ stated that Rise of the Ronin will not be available to play on the PlayStation 4, leaving no further room for speculation.

Rise of the Ronin transports you to a tumultuous era in Japan, where great changes are unfolding. This combat-centric open-world action RPG is set during the final stages of the Edo Period, a span of 300 years known as “Bakumatsu.” As the late 19th century unfolds, Japan grapples with oppressive rulers, deadly diseases, and the encroaching influence of the Western world.

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