Moon Studios promised some crisp news about Ori and the Will of the Wisps' performance on Xbox Series X and now they have detailed the upgrade, including 6K supersampling.
Xbox Series X will be the most powerful console in the history of gaming and Moon Studios are taking full advantage of the hardware. They recently detailed what the already beautiful Ori and the Will of the Wisps will be able to do on Microsoft's next-gen platform.
One of the most exciting details is that XSX will run the game with the highest possible graphics and visual effects settings, in 4K resolution at 120 frames per second. That sounds great, right? Well, there is more apparently.
According to the Moon Studios' glimpse into the future , XSX players will be able to choose the option to go with 6K Supersampled mode, outputting in 4K HDR. What this essentially means is that you will get better anti-aliasing for the already crystal clear image, which could improve the graphics on bigger TV screens even further. That said, the game will run at "only" 60 FPS in this mode.
Xbox Series S will get similar treatment but since there are hardware differences, it will not be as flashy as its bigger brother. If you want 120 FPS, the game will be running in 1080p HDR while the 4K mode will offer 60 FPS.
While Xbox Series X/S was the focus of Moon Studios' announcement, it is not the only platform that is getting benefits. PC players will also enjoy numerous improvements which you can check out on the link above.