Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus has also received support for the Xbox One X. The game utilizes a dynamic resolution scaling system on all platforms including the PS4 Pro however it never manages to hit 4K resolution on it. This appears to change with the Xbox One X version of the game where it is possible to hit 4K resolution target while maintaining 60 fps.
According to an analyze by VG Tech, the game runs at dynamic resolution “ranging between 2688×1512 and 3840×2160” on the Xbox One X. This is more than 70% increase over the Xbox One version of the game which manages to hit 800p at its peak. It is also better than the PS4 Pro version of the game which peaks at 1440p. Even though it is possible to hit 4K on Xbox One X, VG Tech notes that it was rare to see this resolution on Xbox One X so don’t take it as native 4K game, rather that the dynamic resolution seems to work well for Xbox One X in order to reach the target of 60 fps.
Despite a much higher resolution, the game maintains its 60 fps target but can drop under it when using the flame thrower which results in an abundance of post processing effects on screen. This was the most stressed area during the frame rate test and it dropped on both the Xbox One X and Xbox One proving to be limited to the CPU.
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. You can read our review of the game from here.