SEGA's new trailer for the Judgment re-release on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X shows fluid frame rates.
Yakuza studio's 2019 action crime game Judgment is getting a new next-gen version later this month, complete with a full 60FPS frame rate on both PS5 and Xbox Series S/X consoles. Don't expect major upgrades like ray-traced visuals, though, and there's only graphical setting--no choosing between high FPS or high fidelity.
SEGA is somewhat vague and says Judgment has "refined visuals" on both consoles, but reviewers note dramatically improved lighting system across the entire game. SEGA is also packing in all DLC content into the next-gen release.
Judgment is now available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and Stadia. Here's more info:
Judgment takes advantage of the new hardware with refined visuals in 60 frames per second along with improved load times and includes all previously released downloadable content on these three platforms.
Praised as "the best crime drama not on TV" by the Hollywood Reporter, Judgment was originally released on PlayStation 4 in 2019. The remastered Judgment marks the gritty tale's debut on Xbox and Stadia.
Judgment is an action thriller that puts players in the shoes of Takayuki Yagami, disgraced attorney turned rugged private detective, as he uncovers the mystery behind a grisly series of murders. Joined by his partner, ex-yazuka Masaharu Kaito, Yagami must claw his way through Kamurocho's criminal underground to unravel the truth-as painful as it may be.
In addition to locale, Judgment takes on the classic hallmarks of the Yakuza series through the eyes of Yagami. Fans will recognize rough-and-tumble street fights, engrossing side missions with locals, and comedy breaks with mini-games. Judgment ups the ante with emphasis on investigative gameplay tracking suspects and discovering clues as Yagami walks the thin line of justice in a world of corruption. Packed with a thrilling story, filmic combat and a cast of intense characters, Judgment will keep all aspiring private detectives on their toes.
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