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Rise of the Tomb Raider E3 Demo Was Running In 1080p, Brian Horton
This year’s biggest action adventure game, Rise of the Tomb Raider was showcased at E3 last month. An action packed gameplay trailer was shown which made waiting for the game even harder.
Lara has never looked better and her skills are more polished, however, Lara is going to be tested to her limits in Rise of the Tomb Raider. The title is a timed Xbox One exclusive and will be released first on Microsoft’s latest hardware this Fall.
With every AAA title, one question fans want answered is “what is the frame-rate and resolution?” Developers have previously said that they are targeting 1080p with 30Fps.
As we know, targeting 1080p doesn’t mean that the final build will actually be 1080p. However, the good news is that Rise of the Tomb Raider E3 demo was running in 1080p. The news was confirmed by Brian Horton on Twitter, when he corrected the assumption that the demo was running at 900p.
Previously, Brian Horton has said that the new Lara Croft game will push Xbox One to its limits. That’s good news as fans don’t expect anything less from Lara’s next adventure.
Rise of the Tomb Raider will release this Fall for Xbox One. It’s arrival on PS4 is still vague as CD nor Square Enix has said much about it.
Recently, an unconfirmed report suggested that Sony may file a lawsuit against Square Enix, for not talking about the PS4 version enough.
Due to their actions there is a lot of confusion regarding the PS4 version of the game. Still, It is unlikely Sony will take Square Enix to court over this.