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Koei Tecmo and Team NINJA’s critically panned compilation of Ninja Gaiden titles, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection, is finally beginning to reach a state that’s more befitting for such a beloved action franchise. A new patch (1.0.0.2) released yesterday now allows Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection players on the PC to configure a variety of vital graphics settings straight from the options menu. These include display mode, resolution, vertical sync, and anti-aliasing, all of which were surprisingly missing from the game when it launched on June 9, 2021. Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection’s previous patch, 1.0.0.1, added a 1440p resolution option and made it easier for players to switch between fullscreen and windowed modes.

The following were added to the Options menu of the title screen:
DISPLAY MODE
RESOLUTION
VSYNC
Triple Buffering
ANTI-ALIASING
DEPTH OF FIELD
DISPLAY SHADOWS

Source: Steam

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1 Comment

  1. Finally ready for a full retail release. I guess it’s coming outta Early Access now! Or is it Late Access, since this is post-launch?

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