Those playing on the base versions of last-gen consoles will have to join co-op sessions hosted by someone playing on more powerful hardware.
Previously exclusive to Nintendo Switch and PC, the hunting title finally comes to Xbox and PlayStation platforms, along with Game Pass.
PS4, Xbox One S, and Xbox One versions run at 1920x1080 resolution, while Xbox One X and PS4 Pro can run the action RPG in 4K.
The Nintendo Switch version runs at 720p/30 FPS in docked and handheld modes. The PC version supports up to 120 FPS and has various options.
Frame rate and resolution targets have also been revealed for the game's PS4, Xbox One, PS4 Pro, and Xbox One X versions.
Support for non-English languages ends on October 31st, 7 PM PST. The remaining months will see updates that presumably add new content.
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