Titanfall 2 Xbox One X Enhancements Detailed; 4K, Dynamic Superscaling, Improved Framerate
The Titanfall 2 Xbox One X enhancements have been detailed by the game’s lead producer, Drew McCoy.
We knew that Respawn Entertainment’s latest Titanfall entry would receive an Xbox One X update, but the specific enhancements on Microsoft’s enhanced Xbox One weren’t announced yet.
In an interview with Xbox Wire, lead producer McCoy has now revealed how the team has enhanced the game for the Xbox One X. Apart from running in 4K, the rendering details and dynamic resolution cap have been increased, and Dynamic Superscaling has been brought over from the PC version of the game.
“We have increased the rendering details and dynamic resolution cap of Titanfall 2 on X1X”, McCoy told Xbox Wire. “This means the game will always output a 4K signal, but dynamically alter the resolution based on GPU load to ensure smooth framerates. Additionally, we have brought over from the PC version of Titanfall 2 Dynamic Superscaling for times when even full 2160p doesn’t push the X1X GPU to 100% utilization. Players will benefit from these enhancements whether they are enjoying our single player campaign or playing online. The characters you’ll meet and environments you’ll battle through will be rich with new detail and the epic mayhem of a multiplayer match will run smoothly even with dozens of grunts, Pilots, and Titans going at it in a match of Attrition.”
“We’re pretty excited to be taking advantage of Dynamic Superscaling, which ensures 100% GPU utilization at all times. It is a pretty ingenious feature to allow a game that is so dynamic like Titanfall 2 to always look its best. Players can be sure that no matter what they are doing in the game, the Xbox One X is running on all cylinders to make Titanfall 2 run and look amazing.”
These enhancements allow for a much clearer and sharper image presentation while also offering a more fluid framerate.
Titanfall 2 is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Microsoft will release its Xbox One X next week on November 7.
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