Monolith is now teasing the PC graphics settings of Middle-earth: Shadow of War, something the team teased during its recent live stream about the game. In the Game settings panel, you'll also see that there's a new 'Photo Mode' that will let you take shots from within the game.
The team were playing Shadow of War at 4K on a single NVIDIA TITAN Xp graphics card - but we're all here to find out what graphics settings we'll be able to tweak in the game.
As you can see, we have a few options to play with, and Monolith didn't even show all of the PC graphics settings. The scroll bar continues underneath what Monolith showed off, but we know that we have Lighting Quality, Mesh Quality, Motion Blur, Anti-Aliasing, Shadow Quality, Texture Filtering, and Texture Quality. I'm sure there are at least 4-5 more settings to play with, but we'll find out more on that soon.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War launches on October 10 for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One and then will be released on the Xbox One X when it launches on November 10, and will run at 4K on the Xbox One X.
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