NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 Is Locked At 30FPS

NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 has just been released on the PC and, as you may have guessed from the title, it is locked at 30fps. Not that it really surprises as this is another game from Bandai Namco that is locked at 30fps, however after what has happened with the previous part of the series (and Dark Souls) you’d exepect that Bandai Namco would have learned its lesson.

At least, and contrary to Tales of Symphonia, the internal resolution is not locked at 720p. No no. This time around we can choose between two resolutions; 720p and 1080p. However, PC gamers can enable 1440p and 4K via the game’s configuration files, so at least that’s something.

According to some Steam reports, here are the current issues plaguing NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4.

-30FPS Lock
-No V-SYNC (Can be turned on if edited config files)
-720p and 1080p resolutions in settings (Can be changed to 1440p or 4K in config files)
-FFXA
-No Supersampling (SSAA can be turned on in config files but doesn’t do anything)
-Some gamepads don’t work and some people can’t seem to play on Keyboard
** -Badly Optimized: Lots of people are getting slowdowns, crashes, low fps, sound not working (also voices can only be heard from left channel at the moment), stuttering and even game in a different language

And that is that everyone. NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 is yet another title from Bandai Namco that has not been properly optimized for the PC.

 

John Papadopoulos

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