Control, from Remedy, rules out 60FPS on PS4 Pro or Xbox One X
Of course, the creators of the Max Payne saga assure that they will take enormous advantage of those two video consoles.
Remedy, which has brilliant works such as Alan Wake or the first two games in the Max Payne saga on its CV, have spoken with the GamingBolt portal about this new great project they are developing. A Control that seeks to obtain great revenue from the most recent versions of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
"We are not going to talk about specific details of the video game on PS4 Pro or Xbox One X, but I can assure you that Remedy has been characterized by making video games that have been technically very very good"recalled Thomas Puha, one of the study's main communications officers, before confirming that neither version will reach the 60 frames per second. "I can tell you that."
"You will run to 30 frames per second, and I find it suitable for the video game, "declared a Puha who did not dare to make estimates of resolution or rate of images per second for the standard versions of PS4 and Xbox One.
The video game is scheduled for a time yet to be determined in 2019 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and, recently, the game's own studio has defended that, despite criticism, Control is very different from Quantum Break.