Fortnite is a new game from Epic Games and People Can Fly they are actually the developer of this game and People Can Fly from Bulletstorm, it was released on Xbox 360 back in the days. And then just recently got remastered.
The Fortnite is a little bit different approach to shooters, it’s a co-op kind of shooter with some tactics and Minecraft kind of elements. Basically you are building your fortification and defending against all kinds of creatures and zombies.
Graphically wise the game is very similar like artistic style to the insomniac Xbox One exclusive which is called Sunset Overdrive. And just recently this game was confirmed to have the enhancements for both the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro and this particular information come from WindowsCentral.
Apparently this game is going to be running in 4k 30 FPS, it will support HDR and on top of that it will come with PC version of all Epic maximum graphical settings. And this is actually the quote from the article:
Fortnite will run at 30 frames per second (FPS) on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. But the game is really going to shine on Xbox One X when Microsoft’s new console arrives later this year.
When playing on Xbox One X, Fortnite will run the equivalent of the PC version on all Epic (maximum) graphical settings. The resolution will be 4K and dynamic (to maintain frame rate). The view distance and particle effects will be boosted, shadows enhanced post-processing, and HDR enabled as well.
As for Vsync, it can be toggled on or off on consoles but will be on by default with Xbox One X. Players on 1080p displays will still reap the benefits of these enhancements, because the 4K image gets supersampled with full effects down to 1080p.
Also, the game will have dedicated servers for multiplayer on all platforms.
What really is noticeable is that it comes with enhanced graphical settings. As far as the game actually gets some graphical enhancements as long as the game looks actually better not necessarily just run the high resolution.
PS4 Pro version of the game will also get enhancements, it will be a native 4k resolution on PS4 Pro as well. Both Xbox One X and PS4 Pro will be using dynamic resolution scaling.