Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection The new listing on the Microsoft Store confirms that it will run at 4K resolution and at least 60fps.
In the Nintendo Direct presentation in February, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection was announced for Switch – shortly afterwards, it was confirmed that the title of the game will also be released in PC, PS4 and Xbox One (and PS5 and Xbox One series) to be able to pass backwards X/S player compatible with playing titles).
However, according to the list on the Microsoft Store, Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge can all be played at 4K and above 60fps-this may mean you can expect to have similar on PlayStation Compatibility console and PC.
If you are the kind of player who cares about achievements and trophies, then you will be happy to note that the trio game will also come with three separate achievements/trophies.
Fumihiko Yasuda, the head of the Ninja team, said when the game was announced: “Ninja Gaiden is the origin of the Ninja team action games. I hope that not only fans of the series, but also fans of the Nioh series can play these games.
“I hope this day will come soon. I can provide information about the next game in the series. I have been saying that I want to develop it, but before that, please play as Ryu Hayabusa Collection in Ninja Gaiden: Master Class.”
The series will be released on June 10, 2021.