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With the PlayStation 4 Pro rendering at 1440p and then upscaling to 4K. With the release of Obsidian's latest RPG The Outer Worlds due later this month, publisher Private Division took to Twitter to confirm that the game will support the 4K resolution and textures on Xbox One X and PC.

That said you could probably run the PC version at 8K if you have the right setup.



This is great news for those with modern displays, but it would have been nice to also get confirmation on performance - confirming that the game will also run at a locked 30 or 60 frames-per-second would have been nice. Oh, and with The Outer Worlds also coming to Nintendo Switch sometime next year - odds are that version will run at 720p or so.

For more on The Outer Worlds be sure to check out our recent hands-on and interview with Obsidian - here.



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