The Ninja Gaiden Master Collection is Team Ninja’s attempt to keep the Ryu Hayabusa saga alive and appease fans who have long been clamoring for another episode of the saga. The announcement of the compilation’s release left many with a bittersweet taste as the pack doesn’t bring absolutely every title to the franchise as expected. However, recently confirmed news may reverse this sentiment.
A few days ago we told you that the game will actually run at 60 fps and 4K and the developers not only confirmed this data but also provided more news on it.
A Ninja Gaiden at 60 FPS
The title will arrive on multiple platforms, namely: Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, Switch, PS4 and PS5 and although the performance of these systems will vary, the technical values of the game may not as much. .
※ 4K / 60 fps resolution will be supported in PS4 Pro, PS5, Xbox One X, Xbox Series X versions | S and in the Steam version when the specifications of the PC are met, although there may be fluctuations during the game. pic.twitter.com/hLojYt4PI3
– NINJA Team (@TeamNINJAStudio) March 19, 2021
Thanks to a Tweeter, the developer team confirmed 60 fps for Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One X, PC, PS4, and PS5, but it’s worth noting that the resolution will be dynamic and will depend on what is happening on the screen
So far, there is nothing official about how many frames per second the Xbox One and PS4 will have in their standard versions, but they will most likely run at 30 FPS and 1080p resolution, although at the moment it is only one guess.
The game hits the market on June 10 for all platforms and rest assured we’ll be reviewing it here to advise you before purchase.