Today is the release day of Forspoken, the latest adventure from Square Enix that It is available on PC and exclusively for consoles on PlayStation 5 and that puts us in the shoes of Frey Holland, a 21-year-old New Yorker with whom we will have to live an open-world action adventure.
Along with the release on our computers, Square Enix and Luminous Productions will also They have released a demo for PC on all the platforms on which it goes on sale (Steam, Epic Games Store and Microsoft Store) and that it will be a priori similar to the one that PS5 players have enjoyed for a few weeks and that will allow us to check the players what it looks like Forspoken or if it is a game to your liking.
Furthermore, what is almost more important is that allow “fish tanks” to check the performance of Forspoken on their computerseach one very different at the level of hardwaresomething particularly useful after the doubts that his strange minimum and recommended requirements left for many for PC asking to play at 720p and 30 FPS an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card (by the way, NVIDIA has just updated its drivers for the game) and an Intel Core i7-3770 processor and with some particular requirements recommended to play at 1440p and 30 frames per second instead of aiming for 1080p and 60 FPS, resolutions and rates more common among PC gamers. You can check all the requirements by clicking here.
A good playable base in a world devoid of magic
Just yesterday we brought you our analysis of Forspoken after testing the PlayStation 5 version and we found a game that has “good ideas and a very solid gameplay base, but with an open world desEsports Extrasso boring and lacking in interest that it ends up weighing down the experience much more than we would have liked, something that becomes more and more evident with the passing of the hours”.