13 Mulaka developer: Xbox One X doesnt necessarily Overpower Most High End PC But still Beast of a Machine. 

There’s an article on GamingBolt and they have very interesting comments from another developer who is behind the Mulaka game.

This game is currently worked on for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. They are multi-platform developer and the game is more like a indie type but, it looks like an open-world game. It looks very interesting because it has artistic style. GamingBolt spoke to Adolfo Aguirre, he’s a marketing and PR manager for the developer. They asked him about the power of Xbox One X and he said:

With regards to overpowering most modern gaming PCs and their general thoughts on the machine, Aguirre said, “The Xbox One X is a beast of a machine and we can’t wait to see what we can do with it. It doesn’t overpower the most high-end machines, but it’s absolutely a powerful console that can stand side by side with some of the greatest PCs.”

Also, he was asked about running the Mulaka game in 4k at Ultra PC settings and 60 Frames Per Second and he said that:

“It’s the same case with the Xbox One X and the PlayStation 4 Pro, we’re looking into what we can do with both of these machines and we’ll talk more about this soon.”

He was also asked about the difference between the Xbox One X and the PlayStation 4 Pro and he said:

“We haven’t worked with the Xbox One X yet so I can’t really say much about it, but there is indeed a significant boost when talking about the One X. We’re excited about it and we can’t wait to see the game running on that hardware.”

Another developer that has praised the Xbox One X and here’s the thing people sort of downgraded Xbox One X that it doesn’t matter if you have 60 FPS. But it looks like developers are at least appreciating the power of Xbox One X because at the end of the day they will be able to provide us with more better looking games. The good thing about Xbox One X is, it’s not only it’s power but also ease of porting the games to the console.

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