Wolfenstein 2 developer believes Xbox One X "will set a new standard for games"

Luckily, the Xbox One X version achieves native 4K 60 FPS. It seems that the developers are proud of the work they've done on the Xbox One X. An interview between the Official Xbox Magazine and the game's Executive Producer Jerk Gustafsson revealed his thoughts on Microsoft's new console. Gustafsson statement, compiled by WCCFtech, reads as follows.

It's a super powerful machine and Wolfenstein II runs really, really well – it looks fantastic on the Xbox One X. The focus has been to make sure we can present the game in the best possible way and use the console and the power that the new console provides. And of course, everything from lighting and graphics overall – in terms of visual quality it's a lot closer to the high-end PCs than the regular consoles... If you have the possibility to develop and deliver games that run in 4K resolution and look that fantastic, of course you want to take that opportunity. It will set a new standard for games moving forward.

It's great to see developers taking advantage of the 1.8 TFLOPS advantage the Xbox One X has over the PlayStation 4 Pro. However, the most important statement has to be how Gustafsson believes it's going to set a new standard for games moving forward. However, it's difficult to imagine how much innovation can take place when developers still have to make their titles run on the standard Xbox One.

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Wolfenstein: The New Order. The game is currently available on Xbox One, Windows PC, and PlayStation 4. This time around you fight Nazis in iconic American locations, equip an arsenal of insane guns, and unleash new abilities to blast your way through legions of Nazi soldiers. The goal is to trigger the second American Revolution.

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