Tomorrow goes on sale Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection, a compilation of the Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo saga for PC and current consoles. This bundle includes the Sigma versions of the first two games, while the third title will not include the multiplayer modes and online challenges, but it is always good news to have Ryo Hayabusa back. However, on PC it doesn’t rain to everyone’s taste…
If you remember, the version of Nioh 2 (from the same creators as Ninja Gaiden) for PC had quite a few problems in its first weeks on sale, especially if we talk about the lack of graphic options and an improvement control. In the absence of properly testing it, it seems that Ninja Gaiden Master Collection will have notable absences in its PC version, available tomorrow on Steam.
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection supports resolutions of 720p, 1080p and 4K in its PC version, but the bad news is that the options menu does not allow to modify it. To change these graphical parameters, You have to go to the Steam library, find the game and enter the desired resolution in the platform settings. Apparently, according to Gaming Bolt, there is no way to change it from the game.
However, there is news that PC users will like even less. As happened to Nioh 2 and other compatible titles, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection is limited to 60 fps in its PC version. This means that no matter how much power and technical muscle your team has, you will not be able to play at a higher frame rate per second.
Specifically, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection allows two modes of execution on PC: both support 60fps and ensure total fluidity to enjoy these three hack and slash, but it depends on whether your computer is capable of run the title at 1080p or 4K resolution. Fans have complained to the absence of an option to play at 120 fps, which was in Nioh 2 Complete Edition for PC.
In terms of control, nothing is known yet, although it is expected that Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo have taken note of what happened with Nioh 2. Keep in mind that Master Collection is the debut of the Ryo Hayabusa saga on PC, since none of the previous titles (neither the original installments nor the Sigma versions) were released on that platform.
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection goes on sale tomorrow, June 10, in digital format (there will be no physical editions) and available for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC (via Steam). At the moment Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo have not revealed more details of the configuration of the version for compatible, waiting to see how well the game performs on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, through backward compatibility.
Fountain: Gaming Bolt