A Plague Tale: Innocence: 4K, 30fps on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X

The chief creative officer of Asobo Studios, David Dedeine, during an interview with the GamingBolt, announced that A Plague Tale: Innocence will run at 30fps and 4K on both Xbox One X and Playstation 4 Pro. The developers have stressed that during the design phase, it was discussed the possibility of reaching 60fps, however, target a back seat. Programmers have not said anything about the 4K resolution.

A Plague Tale: Innocence: 4K, 30fps on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X

There is also a mystery for the standard console performance including Playstation 4 and Xbox One. A Plague Tale: Innocence release date is scheduled for 2018, therefore we are confident that Asobo Studios will soon release new information in this regard.

In addition to Sony and Microsoft platforms, A Plague Tale: Innocence is also expected on PC. While the Nintendo Switch owners will have to go without the game. According to the developers, the Nintendo console was eliminated because of hardware limitations:

“The system is not powerful enough to do justice to the developers’ vision for the game. It’s really the power of the device. In this case it was the amount of rats we need to display. We already know that there’s too many rats, too many animations, too many AI at the same time. And if we want to give justice to – it’s like there is a large bridge between Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. And the Switch, it was too hard to make the same game in such a different context.”

Here is the A Plague: Innocence trailer was shown at E3 2017:

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