Destiny 2: 4K resolution confirmed only on PS4 Pro, no promise for Xbox One X
Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2 will support the 4K resolution on PS4 Pro, which is currently the only console to implement this feature. During an interview, in fact, the community manager Deej has said that no promise has yet been made for the 4K resolution on Xbox One X.
“We confirmed 4K for PlayStation 4 Pro, have not made any promises about Scorpio (Xbox One X) as of yet. It’s very recent development they just announced two days ago, so we are working behind the scene to see what it’s future holds for us and these are announcements that will make at some point in time,” says the community manager of Bungie, without excluding the support of 4K on Xbox One X of Destiny 2 which might arrive in the future.
Earlier, Bungie has confirmed that the Xbox One X version of Destiny 2 will not run at 60fps. Luke Smith, design director of the upcoming shooter from Bungie, has confirmed Geoff Keighley that Destiny 2 on the Xbox One X will run at 30fps.
Bungie has not explained why Destiny 2 will not run at a higher frame rate on the new console of Microsoft.
We remind you that the new FPS title of Bungie will release on September 6 on PS4 and Xbox One, and October 24 on PC.
In another news, NVIDIA will give free Destiny 2 game for the purchase of the GTX 1080 or a GTX 1080 TI, two graphics cards that currently make up to the top of the company in the general consumer graphics sector.
Note that when we say that NVIDIA will give away Destiny 2 when buying one of those two cards we mean that users will be able to download it when it is available, which means that they can download the title in digital version and won’t receive it in the physical version.