Gamespot has a new report on the graphic settings and options for the highly anticipated Dark Souls 3. A reddit user captured a screenshot for the upcoming game’s recent livestream that was on IGN. The screenshot showed the game’s advanced settings for the Windows PC version of the game. Per the screenshot, the game has even more graphical options than the original PC port for Dark Souls.
Per the screenshot, the game is going to have graphical options for texture quality, anti-aliasing, SSAO, reflection, water surface and shader quality. This is more than what appeared on for the first PC port for the original Dark Souls video game. Players will be able to adjust these settings as they see fit.
This comes shortly after the revelation that the game will run on 60 FPS for Windows PC as well. So it looks like PC players will be in for quite the treat in terms of graphics and visual settings for the game. So it seems if players will want the most graphically superior version of the game, they will probably have to look for what the PC version has in store.
The wait for Dark Souls 3 is nearly over. The game finally arrives on April 12. The game will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.