When PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X launch this holiday season, Marvel avengers It will be one of the games available to play right away, publisher Square Enix announced Monday.
Marvel avengers It is slated to debut on September 4 on Google Stadia, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One. People who purchase the game on current-generation consoles will be able to upgrade to the next-generation version, either from PS4 to PS5 or Xbox One to Xbox Series X, at no additional cost. This update will apply to both physical and digital copies, at least on PlayStation, developer Crystal Dynamics said in a PlayStation blog post.
Square Enix also said that players will be able to transfer saved files from the current generation to the next generation consoles so they can maintain their progress. Additionally, the game’s multiplayer component will support intergenerational play, but only within the console families (PS4 and PS5, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X).
Gary Snethen, CTO of Crystal Dynamics, provided some details in the PlayStation blog post about the enhancements the PS5 version will offer. Along with expected increases in detail and texture resolution, and improvements to existing rendering techniques, such as ambient occlusion and anisotropic filtering, the PS5 version will introduce “a variety of new graphic features, such as stochastic reflections from space screen with contact sharpness, “Snethen said. And, of course, the PS5’s high-speed SSD will allow for “almost instantaneous” loading, according to Snethen: “As Iron Man flies through content-rich levels, high-resolution textures and mesh will be transmitted to the instant, maintaining the highest possible quality. the way to the horizon “.
PS5 players will have the option to play Marvel avengers in an “enhanced graphics” mode, which aims to “achieve the highest possible image quality”, presumably with a frame rate of 30 frames per second, or a “high frame rate mode”, which “aims at 60 FPS with dynamic 4K resolution “according to Snethen.
Square Enix said it will provide details on the PC, Stadia and Xbox Series X features “at a later date.”
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