Ghostwire Tokyo PC Tech Review: PC vs PS5, Performance Analysis, Optimised Settings

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Ghostwire Tokyo's utilisation of Unreal Engine 4 delivers some excellent visuals and accomplished ray tracing support, while the implementation of Temporal Super Resolution offers up a compelling alternative to DLSS without the need for an RTX GPU. Unfortunately, Alex's #StutterStruggle continues with another key PC title suffering from unacceptable hitching and stuttering.

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