LawBreakers Dev: ‘We Are Maxing Out’ The PS4 Pro And PS4, Xbox One X Is ‘Awesome’

Boss Key Productions are maxing out the PS4 Pro.

Posted By | On 28th, Jun. 2017 Under News


Boss Key Productions lead designer Dan Nanni, who’s busy working on the studio’s multiplayer shooter LawBreakers, has talked about why the game is coming to PS4 first over Xbox One. He revealed further information about the PS4 Pro version to GamingBolt. It’s already known that the game is running at 4K and 60fps on the PS4 Pro but he stated that they are maxing out the hardware’s capabilities.

“PlayStation 4 Pro is 60 frames per second. PlayStation 4 base is 60 frames per second. We are maxing it out. We are 4K on PlayStation 4 at 60 frames per second. It’s all about maximizing the performance, and make sure it plays competitively.”

Praising the Xbox One X, Nanni said, “Xbox One X is awesome. When you give us hardware we’re going to maximize it, that’s what we do. We build on PC, and PC we take advantage of the latest and the greatest video cards. But we also have to support the older video card as well. If we wind up supporting the Xbox we have to make sure it runs on the Xbox One X and the old Xbox.

“It’s about making sure that everybody who gets to play the game doesn’t have a poor experience regardless of their set up. Because if you give a poor experience in a competitive environment, you really can’t blame yourself anymore for the mistakes that happen, or the person skills. Sometimes you got to blame the hardware. And that’s not fun. So we don’t want the hardware to ever become a discussion point when it comes to especially a console.”

Parity across both consoles will be tough especially for games like Destiny 2 where Bungie insists on staying at 30 FPS on both Xbox One and Xbox One X to maintain the same experience. Then again, this is something that Microsoft should’ve known would happen, especially with multiplayer-centric games. We’ll see how that pans out in the coming months.

Regardless, what are your thoughts on the topic? Let us know in the comments.


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  • Starman

    The man just said “XB1X is awesome” , but all you saw was …..”Boss Key productions are maxing out the PS4 Pro” … what a jerk .

    • Mike Greenway

      Your right. I too am tired of getting suckered.

  • Elie Barreto

    Lol they always say the same maxing out and them they find new ways to use more juice of the machines loll

    • TwoLiterSoda

      PR stuff

    • kreator

      Because they know that they’ve pissed off Xbox fans with this game…So now they want to mention Xbox in any interview because this is going to come to the Xbox and they want it to sell! That’s all..

  • Poseidon team

    Maxing out those fake 4K fake pixels on Pro… LOL

    • Mr Xrat

      Fake 4K is awesome on the Xbollox though.

  • Ocelot forgot his meds

    How impressive….no.
    Considering PS4 “pro” doesn’t download 4k textures and assets like Xbox one X….it really can’t be called 4k at all.

  • Psionicinversion

    lawbreakers is a different game though. lawbreakers is pure pvp, destiny has to handle AI and seemingly more advanced physics and stuff that lawbreakers doesnt.

    • Smart guy

      Xrat isn’t smart enough to know those things

  • Mr Xrat

    Fire up those petitions, Xgimps!

    Never mind, it looks like Xgimps here are majorly bitter over losing CliffyB. Funny how so many devs run a mile from Shitbox except for a handful of no-name indies who want to make a name for themselves.

    • TwoLiterSoda

      It’s so obvious U are worried about xb1x with how defensive and juvenile Ur posts are. Grow up champ Ur pathetic.

    • Mr Xrat

      Eighth, ninth gamechanger now? You can try and tell yourself this endless mockery is worry if it helps you sleep at night. 🙂

    • kreator
    • greatnessIsaLIE

      For what this isn’t an exclusive.lol

  • Mr Xrat

    Xgimp cretins like you are old enough to remember parity with Destiny 1, right?

  • KSE1977

    Is this a multiplayer centric title? If so it is not for me. Regardless, of course they will take advantage of X1X power. I imagine as much as they talk about the X1, that they are probably in development of an X1 version.

    • TwoLiterSoda

      Yeah it’s multiplayer only game and not like other shooters. It’s kinda chaotic and only really will attract a niche audience. Fun tho.

    • KSE1977

      Ahh, not for me then. Every time I buy a multiplayer title I end up playing for 2 weeks and then never touching it again. I was always more of an in-person/lan party multiplayer type of guy. always more fun to socialize with people I knew. At my age now, just too hard to coordinate for online play.

  • TwoLiterSoda

    Enjoyed this on PC, hopefully it translates well to consoles but I can’t stand auto-aim/assisted aiming unless it’s done perfect. We will see but I’ll get it for my ps pro if the controls are spot on as it’s an insanely fast and frantic game.

  • andrewsqual

    So we are going to be getting a game better looking than Horizon Zero Dawn………………….. on standard PS4 lol?

  • Anonymous

    because graphics mean everything…. right? these are just proprietary PC’s now with modular upgrades on the horizon. it’s so dumb.

  • TC Furkan Güngör

    Xbox one X not exculesive and native 4K real Ps5 next genaration Xbox X projeckt cars 2 not native 4k

  • TC Furkan Güngör

    Sony God of war 4,Death Strandig,last of us 2 awesome exculesive games,but Xbox one X not exculesive and minecraft 4k and indie games only one one X 4K Anthem,Metro E3 2017 games downgrade is Xbox one X

  • greatnessIsaLIE

    Dude stop lying the power difference is bigger than that. If it’s that close it’s because they put the xb360 version of the game instead of optimizing for it.
    Titan fall 2 uses 100 percent of the gpu at times it hits 6k ps4 pro maxes out at 1440p.

    Ark 1080p 60fps on Xbox 1x epic pc settings.
    720p 30fps medium setting on the pro. Come on stop you sound like Donald Trump over here with your alternative facts.


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