More than a year after the release on PlayStation 4, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has also arrived on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. This last version has a rather substantial advantage over the others: it runs up to 60fps. Also, although the game offers specific frame rate options, there is a system that allows PC players to unlock this limit.
Despite this, many PC gamers would be comfortable with an even higher framerate. This is the case, for example, for owners of 120 or 144Hz monitors. The game does not offer native options that allow you to go beyond this limit, but fortunately, you can use an alternative and effective method.
All you have to do is force the Vertical Synchronization (V-Sync) off from the driver’s control panel of your video card. At the bottom you will find a preview of the NVIDIA GPU panel: open the Program Settings tab, select the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy executable and set the V-Sync to OFF. Keep in mind, however, that this method only works if you play in Full-Screen mode.
The title runs perfectly even above 60fps, and there are no bugs to animations as sometimes happens when trying to circumvent the limit imposed by the developers. Pending the publication of a dedicated patch, this little trick will work perfectly for all those who want to get a very high framerate.
Recall that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is also available for Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.