Shadow Of The Tomb Raider is just a few days away from launching for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Before we get to play the game let’s see how Xbox One and Xbox One X version of the game holds up in terms of performance and visuals.
As you can see in the video below, courtesy of NX Gamer, while the Xbox One version is weaker compared to the Xbox One X but it still holds up pretty well.
The Xbox One S version of Shadow Of The Tomb Raider runs at native 1600×900 resolution which is the standard for the base Xbox One. Also, the Xbox One S version of the game runs at a locked 1600×900 and doesn’t uses dynamic resolution.
However, the Xbox One X version runs at native 4K, however, with dynamic resolution in play. Meaning if the scene is too much to handle for the console the resolution drops to keep the frame rate constant.
Speaking of the game, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider street date has been broken in Europe and the Middle East.
While some lucky fans will be playing the game early but some of these fans will potentially be posting spoilers on the internet. So be careful while surfing the internet.
Furthermore, the game also features independent difficulty settings for combat, puzzles, and exploration.
This means that players will be able to change the game’s combat difficulty without messing with puzzle and exploration difficulty.
This will allow for a combination of difficulty settings that will allow players to truly play the way they want to play Shadow Of The Tomb Raider.
The game features hubs that will allow Lara Croft to take part in different activities and side quests. However, Eidos has noted that all of the side content in the game won’t be there for the sake of content but the side content will change the feel of Lara’s story.
Furthermore, level design director Arne Oehme has noted that backtracking will be an important part of the game as each hub has a special merchant who has items that are perfect for different tasks.
Shadow Of The Tomb Raider is an action-adventure game developed by Eidos Montreal and is scheduled to launch on September 14, 2018, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.