News - Updated on March 27, 2022

GhostWire: Tokyo supports ray tracing. Check out a new video from IGN to see what tracing lighting looks like in-game on PC.

Recall that in the computer version GhostWire three upscale technologies work at once – DLSS from NVIDIAFSR from AMD and TSR based on the Unreal engine.

As for Tokyo for the PlayStation 5, then ray tracing is also available in it. There are as many as six graphics modes to choose from – both for those who prefer picture quality, and for lovers of smooth gameplay at 60 fps.

GhostWire: Tokyo starts March 25th.

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