The First Descendant Performance Settings Detailed

The First Descendant Performance Mode Features upto 60 FPS with VRR

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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The First Descendant
  • The First Descendant performance revealed
  • Fidelity and performance mode on consoles
  • Open beta starts from Sept 19th

Nexon Games have revealed the performance settings for their upcoming free-to-play shooter, The First Descendant. The game is supposed to get a cross-play open beta in September and before that, a list of all performance modes has been detailed. The title will comprise both a fidelity and performance mode.

The First Descendant Performance Mode Will Target 60 FPS

The First Descendant has two graphical settings for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. According to the PlayStation Blog, the Fidelity mode will feature 4K visuals with HDR support for PS5. We can expect the same for the Series X version as well.

The Performance mode will let you game at up to 60 FPS. Moreover, the game has a Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), so the gameplay is supposed to be very stable without an FPS lock. PlayStation users have access to additional features as well like the Dual Sense support. The haptic feedback and Adaptive triggers will function properly with The First Descendant.

This is also a great time to appreciate how performance modes are becoming more widespread in new releases. Giving the flexibility to the gamers to opt for their best settings is always welcome. The beta will be live from September 19th to September 25th for all supported platforms.

What are your thoughts on this news? Will you be playing The First Descendant? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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