Tales of Zesteria Specs Released

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Tales of Zesteria | oprainfall

Tales of Zesteria is going to be released in the West soon and it is making series history by being the first Tales game available on Steam (also the first on PS4, but that is somewhat less surprising) For those of you who favor PC gaming, the specs of the game have now been released.

Both versions are going to be 1920×1080 and the PC will run resolutions up to 4K which means that it can be run in full HD. As expected, the PC version will have options to improve its looks, or go for a lower res version if you don’t have an up-to-date PC.

Perhaps more saddening is that both versions will only run at 30 fps. According to the official blog for the game, having a changeable framerate interfered with Tales‘ signature style so that sacrifice had to be made. Perhaps future games will give them opportunity to work on maintaining the style while still allowing players more visual customization.

Considering how soon this game has been localized after its Japanese release, this is all pretty impressive and the option to buy the game on Steam leads to more options for players which is never a bad thing.


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