Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Performance Mode Confirmed; Supports 4K 60 FPS

The game will seemingly integrate a Quality Mode as well to satiate every playstyle.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is the latest endeavor of Team Ninja that tells the epic tales of a dark fantasy set in the Three Kingdoms world. The developers have featured demos and different showcases to give a deep insight into what we can expect from the action-pack adventure. However, new details have just been confirmed.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty developers appeared in an interview with Xbox Dynasty and revealed technical details about the game. The title will reportedly include the Performance Mode, which has become a standard in modern AAA games. However, multiple modes will be included for players seeking more visuals than frames per second.


Major Takeaway

  • Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty comes with the much-requested Performance Mode to ensure that the highest FPS can be attained.
  • The title will also feature a Quality Mode to reveal the best visuals for players seeking that side of the spectrum.
  • The game will run smoothly, hitting the AAA standard of 4K 60 FPS on next-gen consoles.
  • It will be around 40 hours long, as previously confirmed by the developers.

In the interview, Masakazu was questioned about the achievable frame rates for the Xbox Series X and the Series S, and the PlayStation 5. Masakazu Hirayama responded, “On the Xbox Series X and the Playstation 5, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will run at the highest quality level with 4K and 60 frames per second.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will effectively cap at a staggering 4K 60 FPS, giving the best visuals and performance on the next-gen consoles. The Performance Mode ensures that players will get the most consistent frame rates possible without compromising on the visual output too much.

Recently released games like God of War: Ragnarok also incorporates a Performance Mode, which makes a big difference in maintaining high levels of FPS.

That’s not all; The Chinese-inspired souls-like will come with more modes as per the set standard in AAA games. A Quality Mode can also be expected; Team Ninja’s prior works can be analyzed as an example to better understand what Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is targeting. 

Masakazu Hirayama further clarified, “There will be options for players who are more focused on frame rate or on triggering. So there will be options like you’ve seen in other Team Ninja games. So you can definitely look forward to having different options available when you launch the game.”

The Quality Mode will concentrate on delivering the best visual experience while compromising on a little FPS. It is best suitable for players seeking a more dynamic environment without worrying about FPS.

It was also previously affirmed that Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will feature main content worth 40 hours. We can expect to dig several more hours just exploring the grim setting and the satisfying reflexive combat. Add the side missions, and the game may deliver upwards of 45-50 hours.

The multiplayer mode has remained more of a mystery, but the game appears to implement a soul-like system where other players can invade our world. NPCs can be recruited to help you survive and fend off monsters and other foes. Moreover, users can also team up with a friend to ease the overall experience.

A photo mode of some sort is also reportedly planned for the alluring title. Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is slated for a March 3rd, 2023 release and will appear on platforms like PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, and PC. 

What are your thoughts about Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty supporting the much-requested Performance Mode? Do you think that all AAA titles need it? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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