In a recent interview with GameSpot, Rod Chong the Chief Operating Officer of Slightly Mad Studios said that the Project Cars 2 enhancements for the Xbox One X are very impressive.
However, they are not able to share any details for right now since they are benchmarking. “Unfortunately, I can’t tell you that much right now because we are benchmarking as we speak,” Chong told GameSpot. “We are impressed with the hardware but right now we are benchmarking. There will obviously be enhancements, but we are not ready to showcase exactly what those are yet other than it must be 60 frames per second or death”.
Chong stresses the 60 frames per second for players to have an excellent experience in the game. He won’t be accepting anything lower than that.
The PlayStation 4 Pro version will also receive enhancements however the Xbox One X version will still look “significantly better,” said Stephen Vilijoen, the game director. “I can’t tell you exactly what all the various sliders will be at when you’re on Xbox One X versus on PS4 Pro, but obviously they’ll be higher, so there will be a significant, a noticeable improvement because you have better hardware”.
Project Cars 2 officially releases on 22 September available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Watch 10 tracks and 10 cars in the 12 minutes gameplay video of Project Cars 2!