Developing On Xbox One Will Not Hold Back Ambitious Visuals Possible On PS4/PC: Warhorse Studios

“We want Kingdom Come: Deliverance to be visually attractive no matter the platform you use to play.”

Posted By | On 10th, Dec. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Warhorse Studios’ Kingdome Come Deliverance is an upcoming and ambitious role playing game for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Given the massive scale and scope of the game, there is some concern among the gaming community that the game’s ambitious visuals might be held back on the PlayStation 4 and PC since the game is also being developed on the Xbox One.

“Not at all,” Warhorse Studios’ Jiří Rýdl said to GamingBolt. “We are always targeting the most advanced graphical enhancements in CryEngine, we want Kingdom Come: Deliverance to be visually attractive no matter the platform you use to play. Of course there are differences between consoles and PCs from the point o view of graphical features and computing power.”

Jiří also revealed that the Xbox One version in fact looks similar to the PC version. “On the other hand when we were testing the Xbox [One] version on the same monitor as a PC version, no one was able to say, what version we are just looking at :-]”

Recently we had reported that the title is already up and running on the Xbox One version at 17 frames per second in just three weeks of porting so hopefully the Xbox One port will be as good as the PlayStation 4 one. Kingdom Come Deliverance currently does not have a release date, however it may release next year on the PC with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions possibly following up later.

Stay tuned for our full interview with Warhorse Studios in the coming days.

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  • Luis Cantu

    Shouldn’t you have said “hopefully the PS4 version will also look similar to the PC”? Are you showing your bias…?

  • Guest

    Ha, of course not, only desperate Sony PS Poor people hope that it does.

  • Nintendo Fan 4 Lif3

    Looking forward to it, and this game in general. Hopefully late 2015 is the latest we have to wait for its arrival.

  • The Xbox version is close to the PC version. Enough said.

    • andy

      Correct, if you run the PC version at 852 x 480 resolution 😉

    • JerkDaNERD7

      Nah, try harder…

    • Salama

      Probably not pushing resolution at the cost of overall graphics and performance. Ps4 is a fine device but the need to feed the fanboys resolutionwise is starting to backfire.

  • Kumomeme

    gamingbolt getting worse day by day

    more empty article,more obvious headline,more clickbait intended

    geez gamingbolt…would’n you guys just focused on better content rather than focusing gain ‘clickers’ on your site?

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  • Charles Patrick Walker

    Too many RPG games for me to handle, I’m gonna have to pass on this as Bloodborne and Witcher are on the way.

    • Mark

      We all should be good. Kingdom Come will drop either late 2015 or 2016.

  • Mark

    That’s great news man, I’m pumped for this game. I’m sure Jiri’s like “Dam, people are really sleeping on the X1” lol. Now I wanna hear what these studios think of DX12 when they have it.

  • Ershell Franklin

    The author of this article tried to put PC and Ps4 on the same level. How funny.

    • Salama

      I just don’t understand where does this ps4=pc mindshare comes…

  • Salama

    Pretty bad wording there… You do realise that the ps4 and xbox one are not that far apart performance wise?


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