The beloved PlayStation franchise will make the jump to another platform.
Each and every PlayStation console fan has played or knows of a Ratchet and Clank title. Even those gamers who had a PSP also had the fortune to play one of these titles. That’s why Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart marks the long-awaited return of the franchise that so many gamers have been waiting for.
However, a new facet comes to the franchise: Ratchet and Clank will make the jump to another platform. Following the motion to bring PlayStation exclusives to PC, Sony will re-release the franchise’s latest game in July. That’s right, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is coming to PC!
A revamped version
The PC version of Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart will bring some improvements to the PlayStation 5 version. Most of them are to adapt the game to the needs of PC players. Among these changes, we can see an improvement in the reflections with ray tracing. Which will have several quality levels to choose from and ray-traced shadows to naturally illuminate outdoor areas.
Unlike the console version, the game will also support ultra-wide resolutions of 21:9, 32:9, and up to 48:9 for three-monitor setups. It sounds like a must-have for many PC gamers. In addition, both the game and the cinematics will be optimized for widescreen displays.
Another change that this version will bring is the elimination of the FPS limit; it includes the latest performance scaling technologies. Also, support for a mouse and keyboard is added; but, if players choose to use the DualSense Controller via cable, they will be able to live a haptic experience similar to the one lived in PS5. Different changes that we saw in its day with the arrival of God of War on PC.
The PC version of Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart will include the five costumes of the digital deluxe edition and the 20th-anniversary armor pack. In addition, players will get five other costumes inspired by previous games in the series. PC gamers will be able to play Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart on July 26th! Pre-orders are open now.