Latest games reveal drops 4K support as questions remain over Destiny 2

Latest games reveal drops 4K support as questions remain over Destiny 2

Latest games reveal drops 4K support as questions remain over Destiny 2

Tripwire Interactive's action-packed zombie-killing title, Killing Floor 2, was confirmed for Xbox One release on August 29th.

The game was initially released for the PlayStation 4 and PC in November past year. You can choose one of the several perks that'll make you more proficient with certain weapons in the game.

Analysts may not think much of the Xbox One X, but that's not stopping game industry veterans from heaping praise on Microsoft's upcoming powerhouse games console.

Despite the fact that the game runs at a higher frame rate compared to the base Xbox One at a resolution of 1800p there are no distinct frame rate targets for Xbox One X. There will be Ultra textures used on Xbox One X and the resolution of the shadow map and shadow draw distance is being increased, added Elder.

The fixed resolution is because the development team was finding it hard to render the game in glorious 4K resolution without facing "significant" frame-rate drops.

Killing Floor 2 has been out since 2016, but the title will finally be coming to the Xbox One on August 29.

This is due to frame rate issues and means Killing Floor 2 will look similar to the PS4 Pro version, now available.

He went on to say that he's encouraged by the move by Microsoft to focus on power for the Xbox One X instead of a peripheral like Kinect. Xbox boss Phil Spencer had said that he believes the lower-priced Xbox One S will sell far better than the Xbox One X. In terms of HDR, we won't support HDR at D2 console launch. We like that because it means the industry will grow because of the better the experiences, the more people want to have it.

A few weeks ago some outlets reported that there would be no difference between the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro versions but that's not really true.

Related news