The free-to-play third-person shooter Rogue Company will be released on March 30, 2021, for the PS5 and will support 4K resolution with up to 120 FPS on the New Gen console.
Hi-Rez Studios have announced that Rogue Company will find its way onto the PS5 as a stand-alone version. The release date was also mentioned. The launch will therefore take place on March 30, 2021.
The developers revealed some technical details on Twitter. The PlayStation 5 version of Rogue Company offers two modes. This includes a mode that lets the game run with 4K resolution, 60 frames per second and improved graphics. Alternatively, you can choose the performance mode, which offers a (presumably dynamic) 4K resolution and 120 FPS at the same time.
We're excited to announce that Rogue Company is coming to @PlayStation 5 on March 30!
Launching with a 4K resolution mode running at 60 FPS utilizing improved visuals and a 4K resolution mode running at 120 FPS – next generation operations are ready for our #PS5 players. pic.twitter.com/eXvBt5p4H7
— Rogue Company (@RogueCompany) March 26, 2021
Rogue Company was initially launched in a beta version last year. In October 2020, the game switched to the free-to-play model as part of the release.
Rogue Company is a top-secret, internationally operating syndicate of elite mercenaries. As a player, you slip into the role of a member and equipped with the weapon of your choice, you can put your skills to the test in various PVP game modes.
In terms of play, Rouge Company sees itself as a third-person action title in which two teams, each consisting of players, compete against each other. The rogues are faced with the task of saving the world and striving for reputation and wealth. Each of the playable mercenaries has different weapons with individual skills that can be adjusted before the start of a round.