Bandai Namco has shared new information on the upcoming Elden Ring game. This time the publisher has detailed the various resolutions and frame rates the game will run at across PS4, PS5, Xbox and PC. We also got new details on the game’s raytracing support across the high-end PC hardware and new consoles.

If anything, Elden Ring will be best experienced on PS5, Xbox Series X and PC thanks to the 4K 60FPS modes and raytracing support. However, Bandai Namco says that Elden Ring is also capped at 60FPS on PC.

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Bandai Namco also claims that users can port their PS4 saves to the PS5 but you cannot move your PS5 save to PS4. So once you transfer your save, it is stuck on PS5. On Xbox, users can port their saves across the Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S versions without any hassle.

Elden Ring PS5 Frame Rate and Resolution

  PS4  PS4 Pro  PS5 
Maximum resolution*  Up to 1920x1080P  Up to 3200x1800P1  Up to 3840x2160P 
Framerate  Up to 30 FPS  Up to 30 FPS  Up to 60 FPS2 
HDR*  Supported 
Raytracing (via patch)      Supported 

 Elden Ring Xbox Frame Rate and Resolution

X1 (X1S)  X1X  XSS  XSX
Maximum resolution* Up to 1600x900P Up to 3840x2160P Up to 2560x1440P Up to 3840x2160P
Framerate Up to 30 FPS  Up to 30 FPS  Up to 60 FPS2  Up to 60 FPS2 
HDR*  X1 not supported  Supported 
Raytracing (via patch)        Supported 

Elden Ring PC Frame Rate and Resolution

  • Maximum resolution*: Up to 3840x2160P 
  • Framerate: Up to 60 FPS 
  • HDR*: Supported 
  • Raytracing (via patch): Supported 

Bandai Namco says that HDR support requires a compatible display. In addition, 60FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S is part of a separate “Performance Mode” that users can toggle between:

Performance priority mode: adjusts screen resolution and load balancer to approach 60 FPS.

Resolution priority mode: load balance functions at a fixed max resolution, with a lower limit of 30 FPS.There are differences in the display of grass and other ground objects depending on the console.

Elden Ring is set to launch on 25 February 2022 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Catch up on the latest gameplay deep dive below.

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Source: Bandai Namco

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