ONRUSH

ONRUSH Features 4K/60FPS Modes on Xbox One X & PS4 Pro

Article By 
Alan Walsh
March 20, 2018
ONRUSH

ONRUSH Features 4K/60FPS Modes on Xbox One X & PS4 Pro

Article By 
Alan Walsh
March 20, 2018

ONRUSH will feature two unique graphical modes to choose from on Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro, Codemasters has revealed in an interview from Wccftech with Game Director Paul Rustchynsky.

He confirmed the upcoming arcade racing game will feature a 4K visual setting and a 60FPS mode. Base Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners will have to settle for 30FPS action, presumably at 1080p.

Whilst Codemasters has yet to nail down the exact technical specifications, Rustchynsky confirmed in the interview that the game will feature both “higher resolution textures and higher pixel count” on Xbox One X when compared to the PS4 Pro.

In addition, ONRUSH also features support for High Dynamic Range, delivering more luminous colours, better contrast, and higher lighting peaks as a result. ONRUSH already looks spectacular, but the 4K option fused with the power of Xbox One X on a HDR screen is sure to look eye-meltingly good.

ONRUSH will also come to PC after the console release, and this will be the best-looking version of the game – providing you have the beefy hardware needed to run in its highest quality. Don’t expect a version of the game on Nintendo Switch however, as that’s not the focus of the ONRUSH team currently.

ONRUSH will be available on June 5th, 2018 with an Open Beta to commence in May. Expect additional details and more coverage from us leading up to then, but for now, don’t miss our exclusive hands-on preview with the game from Codemasters’ recent event in London and check out two gameplay videos showcasing the new ‘Countdown’ and ‘Overdrive’ modes featured in ONRUSH.

Alan Walsh

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