Today the requirements for Ratchet & Clank: A Dimension Apart on PC, the platform on which it will be launched on July 26, and in them it appears reflected that It is not mandatory to have an SSD to play it on computers.
This does not agree with the statements that Marcus Smith, creative director at Insomniac Games, he did before the game was released on PS5: in this video he said that the new game in the saga Ratchet & Clank I needed an SSD for the interdimensional jumping mechanicsimplying that this was what had prevented a PS4 version from being released.
Those statements caused such a stir that even the founder of TT Games came out to say that a game like Ratchet & Clank: A Dimension Apart It will be possible even on PS3. Later, Marcus Smith clarified that he meant that a similar game would be possible, but with loss of graphic quality. Now, with the release of this title on PC, we can quantify this loss: without SSD, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart can be run at a performance of 720p and 30fps.
Is Ratchet & Clank: A Dimension Apart worth it?
In vandal you can read an analysis of this installment in which we tell you that it is “a full fledged game that takes a saga with almost 20 years of history to a new level, offering us a hilarious adventure that succeeds in everything it does to delight us with a impeccable gameplay, great ideas, a frenetic pace, some charming characters, a lot of humor, a wonderful staging and an incredible variety of situations. We have rarely seen so much love and care put into a game like the one that Insomniac Games has invested with this installment of its star saga, an enthusiasm that is very difficult not to catch when taking control and that makes it very clear to us how special this work has been for its creators. A must-have.”