The developer hopes to offer HDR support for PS4 Pro in the future.
City of Brass is a rogue-lite game that is being developed by an Australian indie studio called Uppercut Games. The game was first announced last year we’ve slowly been able to learn more about the game. In a new interview with Wccftech, Director Ed Orman offered some technical insights regarding how the game will perform on the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro.
The game will fully support HDR on the Xbox One X and will run at 4K resolution. It will also boast some other enhancements such as higher quality lighting and better framerates. The game will also run with better visual quality on the PS4 Pro, although there won’t be HDR support and the game will run at 1080p resolution.
The developer stated that they hope to offer HDR support for the PS4 Pro in the future. When asked about the possibility of a Switch port, Director Ed Orman replied, “I love my Nintendo Switch. And the Unreal Engine supports Switch, so it’s something we are considering for the future.”
City of Brass is now available on Steam Early Access.