The VooFoo Studios team decided to follow in the footsteps of Sumo Digital and further intensify the constant feud between Microsoft and Sony this week, more specifically bringing up the discussion among the most powerful consoles defending the green vs blue team.
Despite being able to deliver Mantis Burn Racing – its latest multiplatform game – at 4K 60FPS on the PlayStation 4 Pro, VooFoo states that the power of One X actually impresses, with Redmond’s new console being substantially more powerful than its rival In the high-end segment.
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The note was unveiled at the company’s 10-year event in an interview with WCCF Tech – focused on video games – which clarifies how Xbox One X is prolific for game developers in this generation.
Yes it is a very cool development kit. It’s substantially more powerful than the PS4 Pro, but with one though: its downside is the price to match. If this question will drive consumers away we have to wait and see, but this really is the most powerful gaming console on the planet.
Microsoft is investing heavily in the developer kit, which makes the process of creating games extremely enjoyable on Xbox One X.
In PS4 Pro we had to discard certain elements in creating, for example, some of the details of particles and lessening the shadows of less precision (which really is not something remarkable). In contrast, on Xbox One X we can go the opposite way by adding extra details instead of removing.
Xbox One X reaches the international market only on November 7, with the launch price of $ 499, or $ 1,500 in direct conversion to our currency at the current quote. This stipulated by Microsoft still raises controversy among the experts, even taking into account the hardware supremacy of the platform.
It will be interesting to see what improvements VooFoo has made for One X at the end of the year, but most producers are converging on a common ground based on the power of the new member of the Xbox family.
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