Ori and the Will of the Wisps Renders at 6K on Xbox Series X, Supersamples Down to 4K - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 03 November 2020 / 1,467 Views
Ori and the Will of the Wisps developer Moon Studios game director Thomas Mahler via ResetEra reveals the game on the Xbox Series X renders the game at 6K resolution and supersamples it down to 4K resolution.
The game will also run at 120 frames per second on the next-generation console. While it won't run at 4K resolution on the Xbox Series S, it should run at 120 frames per second.
"Will of the Wisps on Xbox Series X has a mode where the game internally renders at a 6k resolution and supersamples it down to 4k," said Mahler. "I don't think there's going to be anything comparable in terms of image quality for some time. Get your LG OLED's ready!"
Ori and the Will of the Wisps is currently available on the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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Well perhaps they could go for 8k.
And on not being anything above it on image quality, are they aware of God Ragnarok, R&C, SM-MM and Horizon 2?
And he said no game will have higher image quality not that no other game will have higher resolution (and well, Ori will be super sampled to 4k, since the console support 8k, why not allow upscalling for 8k?)
Image quality in this context refers to resolution and image treatment, not to polygons or lighting, otherwise he would have said "graphics"
Sorry but no. If he said only that no other game in launch will have higher internal resolution he could say just that. And I'm not talking about polygons or lightining as well. Imagine Quality isn't just resolution and you know it, there is effects, particles and much more.
When "image quality" is used in this context its clear its not referring to particles, effects, or any of that, just the clarity of the final output. You're free to disagree, but it is obvious you and him are referring to different things.