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This is what Chernobylite looks like on Xbox Series S with active HDR

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This is what Chernobylite looks like on Xbox Series S with active HDR

If you were hoping to see Chernobylite gameplay on an Xbox console, now is the time. In the following video, we can see how the game works running on an Xbox Series S through backward compatibility. The game comes first to Xbox One and will subsequently be updated for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

A few days ago we had confirmed the release date of Chernobylite for Xbox One and now we can confirm that the version for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will also be released this year.

Chernobylite gameplay on Xbox Series S

In July we will be able to enjoy Chernobylite on Xbox One and by the end of the year, the version for Xbox Series X / S will arrive. In July, fans of the genre will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a true sci-fi survival horror role-playing experience. Chernobylite requires planning, stealth, and cooperation with allies in search of clues to solve the mystery that brought you to the Exclusion Zone.

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Unreal Engine 5 is revealed in a new trailer

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Unreal Engine 5 is revealed in a new trailer

A little over a year ago we saw the first images of the new Epic Games engine, Unreal Engine 5. An update designed for new-generation games, offering much higher quality than the current one; in addition to considerably improving its performance and adding new features for the development of new IPs.

Since the introduction of the engine, we have known that new installments of sagas such as Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II would migrate all its content to Unreal Engine 5, although this is not the only one. However, little image and news we have received in recent months regarding the advancement of the engine, something that just changed a few minutes ago.

This is how the development of Unreal Engine 5 progresses

From the official account of the engine itself, they have presented us a new video about it, where we can see the considerable progress in its development, new engine features, and the current performance of Unreal Engine 5. Although the highlight of the trailer is the small fragments of gameplay. That’s where we can really see a generational leap, and it looks really spectacular.

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Shadow Warrior 3 is coming to Xbox One and with a brutal arsenal

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Shadow Warrior 3 is coming to Xbox One and with a brutal arsenal

There is less to go before we can put ourselves once again in Lo Wang’s shoes in Shadow Warrior 3, the third installment in the Flying Wild Hog saga that promises to be even more visually devastating than the previous one and with the same kind of humor. and action, the latter an ingredient that apparently so far is not going to be lacking.

Lo Wang will have good allies in the form of weapons in Shadow Warrior 3

In a new video, we were able to see one of the levels that the game will have called Doomsday Device, where it can be clearly seen that certain elements of the stage can be used as weapons against our enemies. On the other hand, the small gameplay that the IGN channel shared shows Gassy Obaryion, an enemy that when defeating him will give us the Double Trouble, a double weapon that will slice through our enemies by the piece.

Within the repertoire of weapons, there is also an ice grenade that allows us to freeze the creatures that attack us in place and then destroy them with bullets with more tranquility. Bestiality.

The title is expected to arrive this year on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 and we will probably have more precision when this edition of E3 arrives, worse stay connected with us, as always, we will be the first to tell you the news.

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This is Control Ultimate Edition on next-gen consoles and PC

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This is Control Ultimate Edition on next-gen consoles and PC

Although 2021 has started a bit lazy when it comes to next-gen releases, we are seeing new generation versions of some very interesting titles that arrived on Xbox One. A few weeks ago, for example, the excellent Star Wars Jedi was updated: Fallen Order, and today it is the turn of the title of Remedy, Control.

This new version, called Control Ultimate Edition, is already available, being of course the most complete version to date. Today we bring you a new video comparison from ElAnalistaDeBits, in which we can see how this new Control Ultimate Edition defends on both Xbox Series, PS5, and PC.

We will not be able to import our progress to Control Ultimate Edition

In the comparison (which you can see just below these lines) the game is put to the test both in its performance mode (where it works at 60 fps with lower resolution) and in its graphic quality mode. According to the analyst himself, the game has the best Ray Tracing on consoles to date, although a little slower than the PC version.

The only negative point of this Control Ultimate Edition is that we will not be able to import our progress from the Xbox One version, quite a blow for those users who were waiting for it to finish their game. We remind you that the original version of Control is available within the Xbox Game Pass catalog.

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