Published On: Tue, Oct 10th, 2017

Wolfenstein II Devs Promise Uncapped PC Framerate, PS4 Pro Support, And No Boundaries

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus could be moulding adult to be one of this year’s warn hits. Wolfenstein II promises to be bigger, badder, and some-more heartless than 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order and a game’s “Kicking Nazis out of America” aphorism is positively capturing some attention.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is also being powered by some considerable tech. MachineGames artistic executive Jens Matthies gushed about a game’s new engine in a new GameSpot interview.

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A large change was switching to [Id Tech 6] since a initial [Wolfenstein] was done in a transition from a prior era to a new era of consoles. So, in terms of a visuals and how a faces can demonstrate things, all a sound design, a record is way, way, approach some-more advanced. Everything on a audio/visual front has a really large upgrade. The whole sound engine is new, it’s all from a AI on adult — we rebuilt everything. So, all is most some-more capable.

Matthies also betrothed PS4 Pro and Xbox One X enhancements (previously, usually Xbox One X support had been confirmed) and a PC chronicle with all a bells and whistles.

We have uncapped support rates. We are outrageous PC players, too, and we consider all of id’s games have a really clever PC DNA in them. So, it’s really critical for us to make certain a PC chronicle of a diversion feels as plain as any console version. And [PC] is also a primary contrast platform. we am assured that PC players will be really happy with a PC version.

Finally, if you’re disturbed a Wolfenstein games might someday dial down a Nazi-blasting madness, well, we can rest easy…

Never. That’s what Wolfenstein is to us — it’s that finish rejecting of any kind of self-censorship or putting bounds on your artistic freedom.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus storms onto PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on Oct 27. A Nintendo Switch (Amazon, $299.99) chronicle of a diversion is scheduled for early 2018. Check out a new hands-on preview here.

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