The Outer Worlds will be Enhanced on the Xbox One X, while that’s not a case on the PS4 Pro

The upcoming RPG developed by Obsidian Entertainment has spoken some facts about the distinguishment between the Xbox One X and PS4 performance. According to recent statements, The Outer Worlds will support up to 4K resolution on the Xbox One X, while the PS4 gets none of that.

The Outer Worlds publisher Private Division has confirmed that The Outer Worlds will support 4K resolution on the Xbox One X, while there will be no enhancements of such kind on the PS4 Pro. This proves that the Xbox One X console is indeed stronger than the PS4 Pro, even if for a slight shade.

After this announcement, there’s no praise for the PS4 Pro, except a small possibility of them coming at a later stage within a patch.

For those unfamiliar with the project, The Outer Worlds is coming out on October 25 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC and will require somewhere around 35-40GB of space. The Outer Worlds is also slated to arrive on the Nintendo Switch, but consumers will have to wait for a longer period as it comes at a later stage.

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