The much-anticipated remake of Dead Space is coming soon, and console players have the option to choose between two game modes: Quality and Performance. Simply put, Dead Space Remastered’s performance mode ensures better frame rates while quality mode offers better graphics.
According to the official Dead Space Twitter account, Quality mode will support 4K resolution and ray tracing, while Performance mode will only support 2K and no ray tracing feature.
Looking for #dead zone guitar pick? We’ve got you covered. Console players have the option to choose between 2 graphics modes:
👉 Quality: 30 frames per second in 4K resolution (UHD) with ray tracing.
👉 Performance: 60fps with 2K (QHD) without ray tracing.
Computer players keep reading 👇🧵 pic.twitter.com/GxVMjai8QX
– Dead Space (@deadspace) January 13, 2023
Presumably due to the steep graphical demands of the Dead Space remake, console players will have to sacrifice smooth 60 FPS gameplay or deal with no ray tracing and reduced graphics. It’s an unfortunate trade-off, as a lot of people are used to 60 FPS in modern titles, but with Dead Space looking to modernize the classic horror game, the trade-off might be worth it.
Whether you’re a console gamer who prefers smooth frame rates or eye-catching graphics and lighting, Dead Space has options for both. If you plan to try the game on PC, check the PC requirements for the game here. Note that you need a GeForce RTX 2070 or higher for recommended settings.
The Dead Space remake is set to release on January 27 on PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.