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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?



8.8 GB

3840x2160, 59.94fps, 45.7mbps

AC3 2.0, 448kbps, 48000Hz



3.8 GB

3840x2160, 59.94fps, 19.7mbps

AC3 2.0, 448kbps, 48000Hz

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