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Ghostrunner for PS5 & Xbox Series X / S launches on September 28

Ghostrunner from 505 Games and the developer One More Level will come to the next generation consoles and will allow free update for those who had it on PS4 and Xbox One.

Ghostrunner , thefirst person cyberpunk action title, will arrive for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S on September 28 in physical and digital format at a price of € 29.99 . The title is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Those who already own the PS4 or Xbox One version will be able to get the new generation version completely free of charge by digital download in virtual stores.

Ghostrunner is coming to PS5 and Xbox One with support for 4K and 120 fps, in addition to other improvements

Next-gen versions of Ghostrunner will have support for HDR, ray tracing and will run at 4K resolution at 120 frames per second . Other options such as fast charging or 3D audio will also be available and the DualSense will allow haptic feedback. 505 Games have released an overview of this new edition: “The fast – paced action cyberpunk acclaimed by critics of Ghostrunner makes the leap to the next generation with improved graphics, performance and incredible new features Crisscross cyborgs while you face abysses mortals.Post-processing HDR, ray tracing fidelity mode, 3D audio, haptic feedback for PlayStation 5 and more. The split-second reaction time and impressive movements feel even more spectacular with 4K / 120 FPS and instant loading.”

In addition to the previous statement, the company has offered other details: “The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of Ghostrunner include all the modes added since launch, including the time attack style Kill Run mode and the Intuitive Photo mode . One More Level will continue to expand the title even further throughout the year, with the recently announced Roguelike Wave Mode and more accessible Assist Mode later this summer. ” The title enjoyed a good reception on its departure and that is why 505 Games and One More Level have already announced the development of the sequel.

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