Hades was a great surprise announcement during Xbox's E3 Showcase - especially with the added bonus that it will be hitting Xbox Game Pass when it launches on August 13. Now we have some of the technical details for the game, revealing the resolutions and frame rates for both last and current-gen systems.
It appears the Xbox Series X|S versions will run at 4K with a target frame rate of 60FPS throughout. As for Xbox One owners, they'll still get that target of 60fps, but with a lower resolution of 1080p.
The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Hades run at 1080p at a target 60 frames per second. The Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 versions run at 4K at a target 60 frames per second.
The most interesting point is the Xbox Series S version reaching 4K, 60fps. Developer Supergiant Games doubled down on this statement on Twitter when asked about the console's specific resolution and frame rate.
This is great news, and the team is clearly working to push the Xbox Series S as much as they can. 4K, 60fps something other games such as Ori and the Will of the Wisps have managed to achieve on the lesser-powered system, so it's awesome to see another title added to the roster.
Hades became a huge hit last year, winning multiple game awards. Xbox fans have been asking for this for a long time, and now we won't have to wait much longer.
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