Gamestar has shared a video, showcasing the PC version of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen. Thankfully, this particular video also revealed the in-game graphics settings for Capcom’s upcoming action RPG, giving us a glimpse at what PC gamers will be able to adjust/tweak in order to enjoy it.
In Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, PC gamers will be able to choose their native resolution, refresh rate and whether the game runs in fullscreen or not. A V-Sync option is also present, alongside options for Texture Quality, Anti-Aliasing, HDR, Shadow Quality, Texture Filtering, Grass Quality, Sound Volume (need better translation for this one), Distance Scaling, Depth of Field, Camera Field of View and Brightness.
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen releases this January on the PC.
Enjoy the video!
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