Tales of Arise releases in a few days and some new PC details have emerged online. According to “Jay RPG“, the game won’t be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech or any anti-cheat system. Additionally, players can decline the Data Usage/Data Collection agreement.
Moreover, the game will support framerates up to 144fps. Not only that, but it will feature numerous graphics settings, including Shadows, Screen Space Reflections, Bloom, Motion Blur, AA, Resolution Scale.
Lastly, the PC version will support mouse and keyboard, and keybindings are fully configurable.
Tales of Arise is an action RPG that is using Unreal Engine 4 and promises to feature a high-quality animation system. The game will also come with a dynamic action RPG battle system that will be mostly faithful to the series.
Tales of Arise is coming to PC on September 10th.
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