Square Enix has kept its word and launched the Open Beta of the online role-playing game Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn on the PS5. So you can now plunge into the great MMO adventure on Sony’s NextGen console and, above all, take a closer look at the technical innovations. At this point we reveal what you can expect.

This is how you take part in the FF14 Open Beta on the PS5

If you already own the PS4 version of Final Fantasy 14, you can register via PlayStation Store the free PS5 upgrade download. As soon as you have completed the installation, you can start the game and take part in the open beta. At the same time is in the PlayStation Store a free trial of Final Fantasy 14 for PlayStation 5 ready, which you can also use for the beta test.

What changes does the PS5 version of Final Fantasy 14 offer?

The most striking innovations are, of course, in the technical area of ​​online role-playing games. Among other things, you can look forward to resolutions of up to 4K (2160p) and a frame rate of up to 60 frames per second. However, you can only achieve the latter in the slightly lower resolutions (1440p and 1080p). With the 4K resolution, around 40 FPS are possible. In addition, there are significantly shorter loading times due to the fast SSD hard drive, improved UI elements and 3D audio. In addition, the haptic feedback of the DualSense controller is supported, which should provide a slightly more intense gaming experience.

Square Enix has already promised to work on further changes and improvements for the PS5 version of Final Fantasy 14. Among other things, prettier textures and drilled out assets are on the program.

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