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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is now available, DRM-free.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is the FULL game experience, an exploration-focused, side-scroller action RPG packing all of the best features you've come to know and love from the Metroidvania genre into a single, content-packed game.

Play as Miriam, an orphan scarred by an alchemist’s curse which slowly crystallizes her body. In order to save herself, and indeed, all of humanity, she must battle her way through a demon-infested castle summoned by Gebel, her old friend whose body and mind has become more crystal than flesh.
Dark_art_: They were not lying on minimum specs requirement when stated "If you have a potato PC or above, you're ok.".
Crisco1492: I'll say. 50 FPS at epic settings and 720p, using nothing but an NVIDIA 940MX (which rates far below their "minimum" specs). I limit it to 30 FPS because I don't have a laptop fan right now, and my CPU/GPU reach 80-85C when I play without such limits, but the card can certainly handle it.
After my previous post I did actually edit the confid file to see if it works. The lower resolution you can in-game is 720p but you can edit custom resolution and/or 3d resolution, wich by default is 100. You can use like 80 or 90 to take some strain out of the GPU without impact too much the visuals. Actually, using more monitor resolution and less 3d res should give roughly the same performance but visually better, the menus are 2d and benefit the monitor res. (am I making sense?)

On Steam version config file is located here: username\Appdata\Local\BloodstainedRotN\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor\GameUserSettings

The maximum visual settings are "cinematic", not "epic" for those who wonder. A GTX750ti can handle 1080p cinematic settings and have 50% performance margin.
The game really needs more anti-aliasing, should be able to do it on the GPU configuration tool.
Post edited June 28, 2019 by Dark_art_