Those waiting to take up Bandai Namco's offering of Tales of Berseria on PC still have a two weeks to wait, but a demo releasing in just a few hours time will hopefully tide them over.
A demo has numerous uses in today's world - especially for PC games. While on a console it might just simply offer up a means to sway a person's buying habits one way or another, for PC users, it offers a benchmark to make sure its capable of running on an individual's system.
Taking yesterday to announce the plans, a company representative also dished out a few screenshots a details pertaining to the game's customization options. Attempting to ensure the latest Tales game can run on a variety of different builds, the post should squash concerns of a straight-foward port.
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The post also makes sure to mention that while resolutions up to 4K (3840x2160) are supported, it acts in a similar way to how the game would upscale on a PlayStation 4 Pro system. Draw Distance, uncapped frame rates, Occlusion Culling and the usual Anti-aliasing/shadow texture options are present, too.
Denuvo is in there, too. But it's a relatively unobtrusive method of keeping the game out of the hands of those who'd rather steal it. Again, the demo is for those who need to make a decision. Anyone hoping for an illegal copy to convince them isn't getting one. We'll have a review up in-time for release, too. Don't you worry!