Gotham Knights will run at 30 FPS on consoles with no performance mode out there when the sport launches on October 21.
That’s based on Gotham Knights govt producer Fleur “Flaoua” Marty (as noticed by Wario64 on Twitter) talking within the sport’s Discord server, the place she immediately addressed console gamers.
“I know many of you are wondering about the availability of a performance mode for Gotham Knights on consoles,” mentioned Marty. “Due to the varieties of options now we have in our sport, like offering a completely untethered co-op expertise in our extremely detailed open-world, it’s not as easy as decreasing the decision and getting the next FPS.
“For this reason, our game does not have a performance/quality toggle option and will run at 30FPS on consoles.”
The information follows a quite extra thrilling announcement for the sport – Gotham Knights’ Heroic Assault mode, a free 4 participant co-op mode launching on November 29. While the sport’s marketing campaign solely helps two participant co-op, this mode will see 4 gamers ganging collectively to take on the villains of Gotham.
Gotham Knights is only one of two Batman video games presently on the horizon, with WB Games Montréal working on it whereas Rocksteady is returning to the Arkham franchise with Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League.
EpicGames News’s Jake Tucker took a glance at Gotham Knights earlier this month, and was guardedly optimistic about it. Tucker heaped reward the sport’s forged of playable characters and “some genuinely fantastic level design.”
However, Tucker did be aware that the sport feels weaker than the Arkham video games “in a lot of ways,” bringing consideration to the sport’s fight and particularly its stealth mechanics, which he described as a “serious step back,” including: “while some characters might get perks to skulking about, most of the time it feels like a sloppier version of Arkham’s stealth systems.”
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