Despite the 6 GB patch we installed today, the State of Decay 2 captures we made during our lunch break confirm the unsteady framerate of the Xbox One X version of the game, one of the causes being that it is not locked at 30. Note that the game cannot hold a steady 60 fps framerate on PC when running in 4K with a GTX 1080 Ti, and that even in 1440p we have witnessed a few drops when on top of a tower (the draw distance might be to blame but we haven't had time to find out for sure yet). Inside, you'll find the introduction of the game recorded on Microsoft's console, but we'll be back with more content as soon as we can. Verdicts and reviews are under embargo until Thursday but since (for some unknown reasons) Miguel is the one who was sent the code last week and he didn't even realize it, we were only told yesterday. Don't expect us to be able to give you our opinion soon. If that makes you grumpy, we will provide the virtual tomatoes so you can get back at him and make him pay. Update: 2 Xbox One X gameplay videos added.
@docLEXfisti: Very nice, the Best HDR gaming i've experienced on my OLED is with sony's 1st party games like GOW, HZD, GTSport etc. RDR2 looks gorgeous in SDR mode because it's not a true HDR game. (26 minutes ago)
sorry, Gears 4 I meant... and Venus Vacation in 4K is also quite sexy... GTX 1080 can render it no prob ;) (1 Hour ago)
it in motion... HDR implementation on RDR2 is utterly shit though (turned it off), but F7 and Gears54 look amaziing with HDR. FH4 has some strange flickering in the blue skies though... must tune more (1 Hour ago)
still fine-tuning for the 4 sources, Prime and Netflix straight on TV without console I find very comfortable. Still need to get acustomed to HDR though, hate it in photography, but might get used to (1 Hour ago)