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Ninja Theory's acclaimed action-adventure title has amassed quite an impressive number of players since its launch in 207.
The Xbox Series X/S update for the Ninja Theory title adds enriched visuals, DirectX Raytracing, resolution mode and more.
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Xbox Series X enhancements seem a given for these titles.
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Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty says Microsoft wants Ninja Theory to keep doing what they have been doing.
Launch trailer showcases Ninja Theory's critically acclaimed action adventure title on Nintendo's system.
This might just be the best looking game on the Nintendo Switch.
It will be available through the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.
And it looks relatively graphically on par with the other versions, too.
The patch also fixes some remaining issues and provides "memory improvements".
Two high-profile titles will be added to Xbox Game Pass in the coming weeks.
It launches this December, so you don’t have to wait long for it either.
Microsoft is committed to letting these studios remain creatively independent.
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VR edition will support Oculus Rift and HTC Vive; free for Steam owners.