Here's what you need to know about all six graphics modes in Ghostwire: Tokyo on PS5, and which ones we think will be the best.
All Ghostwire: Tokyo graphics modes detailed
Tango Game Works is pulling out all the stops in terms of graphics modes for Ghostwire: Tokyo on the PS5.
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While most titles have only a couple of graphics modes, for example, Quality and Performance, the Ghostwire: Tokyo developers have gone the extra mile, even adding specific options for those with VSync displays.
Quality Mode - A high-fidelity rendering mode with Ray Tracing enabled. Capped at 30 fps.
Performance Mode -The high-framerate mode capped at a 60 fps limit.
- High Framerate Quality - Quality Mode but with an uncapped framerate. Ranges between 30 to 50 fps during gameplay.
- High Framerate Performance - Performance mode with uncapped framerate that can go over 60 fps.
- High Framerate Quality (VSync): Same as High Framerate Quality but with Vsync enabled.
- High Framerate Performance (VSync): Same as High Framerate Performance but with Vsync enabled.
That's a lot of options to choose from, but which one will be the best?
Which Ghostwire: Tokyo graphics mode is best
There's honestly no telling which Ghostwire: Tokyo graphics mode will be the best. Those who want to most graphically intense experience should choose Quality Mode, while the Vsync option "High Framerate Quality" should allow for a smooth experience if you have the monitor.
Alternatively, the Performance Mode should be the best choice for those who want the smoothest experience possible, made even better if you have a Vsync display with the "High Framerate Performance (VSync)" mode.
Whatever mode you end up choosing, Ghostwire: Tokyo looks fantastic. Check out the pre-launch trailer to whet your appetite.
So there you have it, all six graphics modes for Ghostwire: Tokyo on PS5. While it is difficult to tell which one is best at the time of writing, we do think if you have a Vsync display, one of those two modes would work best.
Despite this initial prediction, we recommend PS5 players test out all the graphics modes available in Ghostwire: Tokyo to see which one they like the most.
Featured image courtesy of Bethesda.