Both of these modes will allow players to experience Ratchet and Rivet's adventure at 60 FPS, with the 30 FPS Fidelity mode being the only one that ships on the discs.
On top of the announcement, Insomniac included some gameplay from the Performance Ray-Tracing mode, which you can see below:
We are just a few days away from the release of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and excitement is building for PlayStation Studios' latest release.
A number of recent trailers have showcased parts of the world and environment, including a look at the different planets you can explore, as well as the combat and traversal options.
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