Ninja Gaiden Master Collection’s resolution and frames meet expectations. Team Ninja’s prodigal son goes 1000 wonders.

Next summer, it’s time to sharpen the ninjato and dress up as a shinobi, as Ryu Hayabusa is on his way to the shops. Announced last January, this compilation of the 3 Ninja Gaiden from two generations ago will be available in July on all platforms. And among current ones we can say that Team Ninja has confirmed the resolution and settings of Ninja Gaiden Master Collection.

After filtering the Microsoft store that Ninja Gaiden Master Collection will upgrade to 4K and 60 FPS on Xbox consoles, the Japanese studio has now confirmed the performance of the game in all of its upgraded versions.

Whether in the latest generation reviews, PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, as in next generation consoles, Ninja Gaiden Master Collection will run at 4K and 60 FPS. And yes, that also includes the new Xbox Series S, although it isn’t billed as a 4K console .

Of course, it looks like the resolution will not be fixed, but will be dynamic on the console. In their article, Team Ninja states that it is “possible” for resolution and FPS to temporarily decrease during gameplay, depending on the action displayed on the screen.

Of course, PC gamers will also be able to enjoy the compilation at 4K resolutions with 60 FPS, provided they have a computer capable of doing so.

It should be noted that this is not the first game that confirms a similar performance on Xbox Series S. This month it has been confirmed that Outriders will go in 4K and 60 FPS on Xbox Series S. But back to the adventures of Ryu Hayabusa , remember that The Ninja Gaiden Master Collection release date is June 20, 2021 on all platforms.

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