Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus gets native 4K resolution on Xbox One X
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was released just a few weeks ago, but it didn’t turn out to be the most fantastic experience for base Xbox One owners.
On the other hand, now that the Xbox One X is out it looks like users who upgraded to Microsoft’s best console ever will be in for quite a treat!
The sequel is currently available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PCs. In the game, you’ll be flying the Nazis in iconic American locations, you will be able to equip an arsenal of cool guns, and you’ll also be able to unleash brand new abilities to blast your way through Nazi soldiers. What you have to do will be to trigger the second American Revolution.
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus didn’t shine on Xbox One
The game ran at 810p 60 FPS on the system. The result was a blurry image which was quite a nasty experience. Wolfenstein: The New Order ran at 1080p 60 FPS on Xbox One, and this means that Wolfenstein2: The New Colossus was a huge downgrade.
Moreover, users also reported black screen issues and random restarts.
With PlayStation 4 Pro you can achieve a 1440p resolution, but on the Xbox One X, you can go up to native 4K. Both versions of the game feature dynamic resolution to maintain 60 FPS as closely as possible.
On Xbox One X, the game stays above what players see on the PlayStation 4 Pro. By this, we mean that it comes with a sharper image and also a better texture filtering on Microsoft’s console. Players are now able to see more details during some scenes, and this is definitely amazing news for Xbox One X owners.
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