Warhorse Looking Forward To More Xbox One Power For Development, PS4/XB1 Slower CPU Not A Big Deal
Warhorse Studios on PS4/Xbox One versions of Kingdom Come Deliverance.
Warhorse Studios’ ambitious open world role playing game Kingdom Come Deliverance will be releasing across current generation consoles and modern gaming PCs. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have decent GPUs but both have slower CPU clock speeds. Given that Kingdom Come Deliverance will be pushing visual boundaries, is the slower clock speed an issue for the development team?
Surprisingly, it seems that this is no big deal for them. “Thanks to direct hardware access we can find our ways how to compensate slower CPU, thus it is not a big deal for now,” Warhorse Studios’ Jiří Rýdl said to GamingBolt.
Jiří Rýdl also told us that they are currently not using the latest Xbox One SDK update but they will be updating soon and are eager to use more Xbox One power via updates. “Not yet, but we will update soon and we are always looking forward for any more power we can use (smiles),” Jiří added.
Kingdom Come Deliverance does not have a release date yet but the PC version may launch this year followed by the PS4 and Xbox One versions.