Achieving 1080p More Difficult on Xbox One, Possible With Optimization – Kursk Dev
Jujubee Games Studio CEO says its goal is to support 1080p on both consoles.
It’s been a while since the Xbox One and PS4 released but the former seems to have more trouble hitting 1080p resolution in most games. Fortunately, according to Jujubee Games Studio CEO and creative director Michal Stepien, who is working on the upcoming Kursk (an adventure game coming to major platforms), it’s possible with optimization.
“It’s more difficult but it can be done. PC is out of the question because you can always put a GTX 980 into your computer, or if you live in Bahrain you can put 2 or 3 GTX 980 in SLi mode and you’ll be able to play your PC games in 4K. Of course in the case of KURSK we want to achieve great graphics on much more affordable hardware, but you get the point.
“Anyway most games show that PS4 offers a bit more power than the Xbox One, but I think that with a bit of tweaking and if you spend more time to optimize everything, you will be able to get the same or almost the same level of graphics on the Xbox One. But this is also why you need to have more time for the consoles version – the optimization process can be quite long, because you know that players won’t be able to put more RAM or a new chip into their machines to improve performance.”
For Jujubee Games, the goal is to try and hit 1080p resolution on both platforms. “This is why you need to put all your efforts to offer them the best experience possible. All I can say is that our goal is support Full HD on both consoles, but of course we will see how it goes.”
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