Xbox One X Doesn’t Overpower Most High End PCs, Still “Beast of A Machine” – Mulaka Dev
Lienzo’s marketing and PR manager talks about the console’s power.
Microsoft’s Xbox One X is only a few months away – and no, it’s not being delayed like rumours have suggested – but there are still doubts about its overall power. When you look at what most modern gaming PCs are capable of, especially in the 4K gaming space, can the Xbox One X actually compete?
GamingBolt spoke to Adolfo Aguirre, Lienzo’s marketing and PR manager. The developer is currently working on Mulaka for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and we thought of asking their opinion about the Xbox One X’s power.
With regards to overpowering most modern gaming PCs and their general thoughts on the machine, Aguirre said, “The Xbox One X is a beast of a machine and we can’t wait to see what we can do with it. It doesn’t overpower the most high-end machines, but it’s absolutely a powerful console that can stand side by side with some of the greatest PCs.”
Will the console be capable of running Mulaka in 4K resolution at Ultra PC settings, that too at 60 FPS? Aguirre noted that, “It’s the same case with the Xbox One X and the PlayStation 4 Pro, we’re looking into what we can do with both of these machines and we’ll talk more about this soon.”
As for the differences between the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, Aguirre said, “We haven’t worked with the Xbox One X yet so I can’t really say much about it, but there is indeed a significant boost when talking about the One X. We’re excited about it and we can’t wait to see the game running on that hardware.”
The Xbox One X is out on November 7th worldwide and will retail for $500. What are your thoughts on the machine thus far? Let us know below.