According to the Bethesda, Shinji Mikami, the creator of the game, specifically designed "The Evil Within" to run at this rate. However, the studio noted that the game is not fixed at this setting.
Players who get the PC version of the game can adjust it and go for a higher frame rate.
"Shinji Mikami and the team at Tango designed 'The Evil Within' to be played at 30 fps and to utilize an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 for all platforms," the studio stated on the game's forum page.
"The team has worked the last four years perfecting the game experience with these settings in mind," Bethesda added.
"For PC players, we'll provide debug commands on how you can alter the frame rate and aspect ratio, but these commands and changes are not recommended or supported and we suggest everyone play the game as it was designed and intended for the best experience," the company said.
The game, which is also known as "Psycho Break" in Japan, is scheduled to be released on Oct. 14 for the PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
According to the studio, support sites will be launched during the game's release date to assist players regarding the difficulty of the game and to offer tips regarding its gameplay.
"You can toggle the game's difficulty level at anytime," Bethesda noted. "Additionally, we'll be opening our spoilers/help board at launch, in which we will include some 'in case of emergency' tips. You can also check out our gameplay videos covering strategy."
"Our support forums will go up when the game releases on Tuesday," the company added. "We have dedicated support boards for all five platforms. You can also contact customer support at help.bethsoft.com for additional assistance."
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