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Ghostwire Tokyo on PlayStation 5: The Digital Foundry Tech Review

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Ghostwire Tokyo sees accomplished developers Tango Gameworks transition from their own idtech-based engine to Unreal Engine 4, bringing with it a range of excellent graphics features. The game itself also features six different graphics modes - which is actually ten in total when considering the differences between 60Hz/120Hz on four of those modes. John and Alex discuss the technology, performance and every visual mode. Which is best?


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