Plus, no DirectX 12 version planned.
Funcom’s excellent and unsettling psychological horror, The Park, is going to launch on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 soon. However, the Xbox One and its players will once again be getting a version of a game that is not quite on par with the PS4 version- the game has been confirmed to be running on 1080p and 30fps on the PlayStation 4. The Xbox One version, on the other hand, will run anywhere from 900p to 1080p, depending on the situation.
That’s not all, either- in an interview with WCCFTech, Funcom’s Chief Technical Officer (CTO) Fred Richardson also confirmed that no DirectX 12 version of the game was in the works for now.
“We are not using DX12 for The Park currently on any platform,” Richardson said. “Improved draw call submission performance would not automatically yield great gains for us in The Park. DX12 is a potentially very powerful API for certain types of scenes, but games that have been written to handle the limitations of older-gen graphics APIs might not benefit from it immediately.”
The Park is available now on PC, with the console versions launching soon.