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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is coming to PC on July 26 and will support DLSS 3

During the last few it had been rumored that Sony would soon announce the arrival of a new exclusive from PS5 to PC, and that this was going to be an important name. Today we finally got to know the name, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and we already have important details about all the technologies that this game will support.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart was one of the first next-gen titles to hit PS5 soon after its release, and there’s no doubt that it helped Sony to show the progress of your new console at the hardware level. I remember that this title generated a lot of buzz due to the jumps between dimensions, which were carried out without interruptions, and that this was sold as something that was only possible thanks to the SSD.

It is true that the SSD helps to make these types of transitions, but in the end This is not to say that it is impossible without the PS5 hardware. Jon Burton, founder of TT Games, explained that these jumps could also occur on previous consoles, housing these two different memory buffers, and resorting to background loading tasks to compensate for the shortcomings of hard drives compared to an SSD. (Diazepam)

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart will be released for PC July 26and will have exclusive features and technologies that were not present in the PS5 version, among which we can highlight:

  • Support for monitors with 21:9, 32:9 and 48:9 formats.
  • Supports NVIDIA DLSS 3 (frame generation) and AMD FSR2 and Intel XeSS technologies.
  • DualSense controller support.
  • Ray tracing applied to shadows and reflections.
  • Frame rate per second unlocked.

We still don’t have details on the minimum requirements this title will have, but since it was a PS5 exclusive game it is clear that it will be quite demanding. I imagine that, at the very least, we’ll need a quad-core, eight-thread processor, 8GB of RAM, and either a 6GB GeForce GTX 1060 or an 8GB Radeon RX 580. Recommended requirements should be a 6-core, 12-thread processor, 16 GB of RAM, and either a Radeon RX 6600 XT or a GeForce RTX 2070 Super.

Just below these lines you will find the trailer that Sony has used to announce the PC version of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. The truth is that I find it curious that they have chosen to bring this title to PC instead of Demon’s Souls Remake, especially since the latter reached the market before and therefore more time has passed since its launch.

I think this has an explanation, and that is that Sony is ultimately going to give priority to PS5 with the exclusives, and this means that not all will come to PC. Bloodborne may be one of those who will stay forever on PlayStation, and the same will happen with Demon’s Souls Remake.



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