The upcoming potato mode will allow PCs with lower-end hardware to play the game at better frame rates at the cost of visual fidelity.
Remnant 2 designer Ben Cureton has revealed a host of features coming to the game as part of its next update, which is slated for release later this week. In a post on X, Cureton has revealed that, among other things, Remnant 2 will also come with the addition of PlayStation icons for the PC version, accessibility features like toggle aim and hold sprint, and a potato mode for lower-spec computers.
Aside from these core features, the update seems to largely focus on bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements. The update will fix various things, like giving proper exp rewards for character builds that revolve around summons, fixes for weapons and mods, as well as trinkets and items. The game will also get a new weapon deconstruction option, which will refund players with materials they used to craft the weapon.
Back in August, the studio revealed that it is looking into bringing cross-platform multiplayer to the game. Game director David Adams said in a Reddit post that the studio is figuring out how to make crossplay work, since there are issues with different platforms and what they need to allow crossplay.
Remnant 2 was released back in July, and is available on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.