- Dec 18, 2013
Because they stupidly defaulted the graphics settings to low. You need to manually change them.
Maybe they'll utilize FPS boost at some point if possible but if they intended to give it that new gen polish, I feel like they would've talked about it by now since they talked about PSO2's engine revamp for a good while before it happened.If they are going to release an Series update, then I am excited to know what they are going to implement.
Maxed out it is already pretty good
Welll considering PSO2 was on PS4/Vita for years before there was an Xbox version(Hell it was on the Switch as well 2 years before the XB version) I understand. New Genesis is also releasing on PS4 in Japan so obviously there's a deal in place with Sega but I understand people asking for it.My god look at the comments on PSO Global Twitter. So much port begging for PS4/5. Maybe Sega/SquareEnix/Sony/MS should all sit down together and make a deal. FF7 Intergrade comes to Xbox and PSO2: NG comes to PS. Edit: I guess a trade that would make more sense is FF14 for New Genesis
Game still looks like something the Vita could "have a go at" at times...
My god look at the comments on PSO Global Twitter. So much port begging for PS4/5.
A word of advice : decide how your character is going to look during the creation process, and don't think that you will ever be able to change it. So choose wisely and take your time.I'm a PSO2 noob (only played the original version for a few hours) and the new/old model thing is confusing the hell out of me, especially when it comes to outfits. It seems like only 4 high-poly outfits are available from the start?
Are the Scratch Tickets the only way to get new high-poly outfits? Or can I unlock more through gameplay? Sorry for the dumb question, but I'm a FFXIV player so fashion is very important.
But... Maybe you aren't technically skilled enough to use the menus and just want the cinematic experience.I finally got to start playing, you weren’t kidding when you said it’s ugly AF before you turn the settings up.
If there's no bottleneck with higher settings then no.Shouldn't it run better at lower setting?
I'm talking about the Series S version! I noticed my game was not done downloading , it was causing bad performance. I just picked it up and it's super smooth.But... Maybe you aren't technically skilled enough to use the menus and just want the cinematic experience.
If there's no bottleneck with higher settings then no.
I borrowed an Xbox One from a friend and finally played New Genesis and wow, the game runs extremely poorly with severe framerate drops, and very low resolution (I swear this looks lower than 720p at times).
Fortunately the game has all the customizable graphic settings available so you can at least make it look like a LowSpecGamer tweak to keep the framerate a bit more stable, or crank it up for the slideshow experience (I guess you can use it to take screenshots).
At the very least I had my taste of the game. Maybe I'll get a Series X or a new PC in the next few years and finally be able to play it properly.