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Information about the PC version of Okami HD

Information about the PC version of Okami HD

Okami HD will be released in a few days and will come to all existing platforms. Today, Mr. Wbacon, who is in charge of operations at Capcom, revealed new details about the PC version specifically.

According to the statement, the tire rate will be fixed at 30FPS and will not be able to play more than this but will support the mouse and the keyboard. The reason for installing the frame rate is that the game is a remastered version of the old game and when the frame rate is opened, the game stops working and starts a series of problems. So the most time-consuming solution was to close the frame rate to 30FPS.

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There is a part of me that is upset that the game will not work with full force on the PC and the fact that the company took the easiest route, but this seems to be the case with all companies recently.

The game will be released on December 12 for around $ 20 on all platforms.

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