Knockout city, Electronic Arts said on Thursday that the multiplayer “dodge” game launched by Velan Studios this spring will get a native version for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on November 2. The enhanced version will provide 120 frames per second performance for the game on both consoles.
Players on PS5 and Xbox Series X can also choose a resolution-priority display that provides native 4K at 60 fps, or 120 fps at 1440p (for PS5) or 1620p (Xbox Series X). Velan said that those lower resolutions will be upgraded to 4K.
Xbox Series S players can get 1440p resolution at 60 fps, or 1080p resolution at 120 fps. The new version also implements higher fidelity textures previously only used in PC and Xbox One version games. The studio said in a statement: “These create a more realistic environment with a’touchable’ surface that the dodger can feel almost when sprinting past every opponent.”
The PS5 and Xbox Series X versions also have enhanced lighting features, “including new area lights, ball lights, particle lights, improved global illumination and local lighting,” Velan added.
Players already owned Knockout city It can be upgraded for free on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One (which can be played on newer game consoles with backward compatibility).This free upgrade also applies to games originally acquired through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (as part of the EA Play library) or PlayStation Plus, where Knockout city Available as a free game from November.
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