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Bandai Namco has published specification and compatibility tables for Elden Ring that confirm which versions of FromSoftware’s upcoming fantasy RPG will be blessed with ray tracing. Elden Ring players who wish to enjoy the game with ray traced effects will, expectedly, need to step up to the PC, PlayStation 5, or Xbox Series X versions of the title. Ray tracing isn’t supported in the PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One S|X, and Xbox Series S versions of Elden Ring, but the majority of them do include support for HDR.

Elden Ring Specs and Compatibility

PC

  • Maximum resolution: Up to 3840x2160p
  • Framerate: Up to 60 FPS
  • HDR: Supported
  • Raytracing (via patch): Supported

PlayStation

PS4PS4 ProPS5
Maximum resolution Up to 1920x1080p Up to 3200x1800pUp to 3840x2160p 
Framerate Up to 30 FPS Up to 30 FPS Up to 60 FPS
HDRSupportedSupportedSupported
Raytracing (via patch) – – Supported 

Xbox

Xbox One (Xbox One S)Xbox One XXbox Series SXbox Series X
Maximum resolution* Up to 1600x900p Up to 3840x2160p Up to 2560x1440pUp to 3840x2160p 
Framerate Up to 30 FPS Up to 30 FPS Up to 60 FPSUp to 60 FPS
HDRX1 not supportedSupportedSupportedSupported
Raytracing (via patch) – – – Supported 

From Bandai Namco:

A new world filled with fantastic tales and lore has been woven by Hidetaka Miyazaki – creator of the influential and critically acclaimed DARK SOULS video game series; and George R.R. Martin – author of The New York Times best-selling fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire. Players will embark on a journey across a meticulously handcrafted world dripping in blood and deception brought upon by a variety of characters with their own unique motivations for helping or hindering the player’s progress, adversaries with profound backgrounds, and fearsome creatures. Throughout their adventures, players will choose the fate of this cursed land by unravelling its secrets and myths.

Elden Ring will release on February 24, 2022 for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. Pre-orders for the game and its various deluxe editions opened up last week.

Source: Bandai Namco

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