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Explanation of the Graphics Modes by Stranger of Paradise: Resolution Vs. Power Differences

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is finally here and the players have the opportunity to select either a dissolution or power mode at the first start of the game. This is not an unusual choice, especially for current games available on next-generation consoles like PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, but each game seems to handle this modes slightly differently. This applies to Stranger of Paradise, because the two modes differ drastically and some of them are compared to other games that are currently on the market, not quite at the height. Here is a full comparison of the dissolution and performance modes in Stranger of Paradise.

Resolution Vs. Power in Stranger of Paradise

In Stranger of Paradise, there are only two graphics modes to choose from. So do not expect a fancy bellows chip like RayTracing, even on Next-Gen consoles or PCs. The only two options are a resolution mode and a power mode that offer the following resolutions and frame rates.

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* Resolution: Highly scaled 4K at 30 fps
* Power: 1080p at 60 fps

These are quite disappointing, especially since it feels like next-gene consoles can be much more if the game looks like this. There are no concrete information about dissolution mode of the game, but it seems to be a highly scaled 4K resolution that is almost native. While the graph is sharp, the disadvantage is the 30-FPS upper limit. This is particularly irritating for a game like this, which focuses on fast action and fast evasive maneuvers.

Most people will want to choose the performance mode of the game, but that’s not without problems. Sure, the game runs with 60 fps, but the game is blurry in this mode ridiculously blurred. It does not feel like the game is constant 60 fps under pressure. It is still a better experience than the dissolution mode, but it leaves much to be desired. At least it is better than the embarrassing bad PC port.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.

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