Which makes sense, given the power difference between the two systems.
Redout: Lightspeed Edition, the new futuristic racer, is out now on PS4 and Xbox One- and it will also support the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X, the superpowered upgrades to their respective consoles by Sony and Microsoft.
While both consoles are a fair bit more powerful than the original versions, the PS4 Pro is a more conservative upgrade, and generally incapable of running most games in native 4K; the Xbox One X is a far more radical overhaul, and can run more titles in 4K. This will also be reflected with Redout, which will run in Checkerboarded 4K at 60fps on the PS4 Pro, but native 4K and 60fps on Xbox One X, with higher visual settings, to boot.
This information was confirmed by CEO Valerio Di Donato of Italian studio 34BigThings in an exclusive interview with WCCFTech. Redout is available now on PS4 and Xbox One, as well as PC.