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Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come tech specs for PS4 Pro & Xbox One X detailed

Medieval RPG is going to look good on the latest consoles.

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After what has seemed like an eternity, Warhorse Studios is finally ready to release its exciting medieval RPG next month. Kingdom Come: Deliverance releases on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and releasing on consoles in this day and age means that you have to have dedicated patches that take advantage of the extra power in the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X. Now we know just a little bit more about how the game might perform on these consoles.

Recently, WCCFTech spoke at length with the Warhorse's PR Manager, Tobias Stolz-Zwilling, and he revealed some of the technical aspects of the game on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. First off, he confirmed some of the details about the Xbox One X version:

"Currently, it surely is the most powerful console. In general, it allows us to use 1440p resolution, top quality Global Illumination, more and better shadows, better lighting and LOD distances compared to the regular Xbox One."

Secondly, he spoke a bit about the PS4 Pro, as well as the regular versions of each console.

"The PS4 Pro is a powerful console as well and we are trying to utilize the power of each platform - within the limits of the CryEngine. We heavily modified the engine to our needs and are very happy with the results. But compared to the Xbox One X, the PlayStation 4 Pro runs at 1080p resolution and slightly worse Global Illumination/particle effects simulation. Then again - we are pushing all platforms to their limits. Both the base PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will run at 900p."

Lastly, he confirmed that no version of the game will support HDR, since this is not supported in the 3.8.6 version of the CryEngine that Warhorse uses.

Anyway, that's enough of that, we've taken more than one look at this promising historical RPG, and you can read our most recent hands-on preview by hitting this link.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance