Metro Exodus developers have shared some new information regarding the state of the game on the Xbox One X. The game was revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference and showcased incredible visuals, however it has been now confirmed that the reveal was running on a PC that had comparable specs to the Xbox One X.
This information was revealed in an interview of the developers by Geoff Keighley for YouTube Live. At the end of the interview, Geoff Keighley asked if they game was seen running on the Xbox One X and what type of performance they are expecting from the game. According to the developers, they are targeting full 4K with HDR on the Xbox One X. The developers also didn’t confirm any frame rate for the game but did state that the game was seen running on a PC with specs comparable to the Xbox One.
The developers also talked about other platforms stating that they are aiming to utilize the full potential of each platform including the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X. The engine that they have developed is aimed at multiplatform development so they are confident in releasing a great version on each platform.
Metro Exodus is currently confirmed for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.