The Outer Worlds Will Only Be Enhanced On Xbox One X

Ruben Fields
October 17, 2019

Obsidian has confirmed that not only will the title be enhanced for Xbox One X consoles, but it'll be playable at a full 4K resolution. The response used to be reportedly reasonably easy: "4K on Xbox One, no enhancements for PS4 Pro".

First, Windows Central was the first to report on the matter after receiving a statement which stated the upcoming Obsidian RPG runs at "4K on Xbox One" but has "no enhancements for PS4 Pro". No further details were provided about the reasons, nor more in-depth technical particulars were shared at this stage.

Given that most games available on both Sony and Microsoft's beefed-up consoles get some sort of enhancement, this is a surprising move. Clearly, one can simplest desire it's miles going to personal something to discontinue with Microsoft's acquisition of Obsidian Entertainment in leisurely 2018.

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Since The Outer Worlds is set in a futuristic colony filled with unique and colourful biomes, animals and locations, it's safe to say that players would love to see it all in the best possible quality.

It should be added that The Outer Worlds is included with Xbox Game Pass and can be downloaded for those who subscribe to that service on the release date October 25. Why that won't be the case for The Outer Worlds at this time remains unknown. Today, the publisher revealed what kind of performance and visual quality can PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players expect from the game.

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