Shin Megami Tensei V has just been released on Nintendo Switch and PC gamers can already play it via Nintendo Switch emulators. This is the second Nintendo Switch exclusive game that came out in November and is already playable on PC. A couple of days ago, we informed you about Pokemon Brilliant Diamond running on PC via yuzu.
Shin Megami Tensei V is a post-apocalyptic RPG. It is part of the Shin Megami Tensei series, the central series of the larger Megami Tensei franchise. According to its description, this is a hybrid between Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne and Shin Megami Tensei IV. Additionally, the game features returning gameplay mechanics such as raising and fusing demons.
What’s interesting here is that Shin Megami Tensei V already has a dynamic framerate. As such, PC gamers can run it with 60fps without the need of a 60fps patch/mod. All you have to do is disable Vsync and uncap the framerate.
The Nintendo Switch Persona 5 knockoff, Shin Megami Tensei V, runs on PC via Ryujinx day 1! ?
This game has a dynamic framerate, which allows it to be played at 60fps (or more!) without modding. Simply press Tab while ingame to disable Vsync and uncap the framerate. pic.twitter.com/PNvAf6dXBs
— Ryujinx (@RyujinxEmu) November 11, 2021
Furthermore, some of the game’s files have references to PC and PS4. This may hint at a future PC release, though PC gamers can already play it thanks to the Nintendo Switch emulators.
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