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ARK: Survival Evolved dev says Xbox One X is like a PC with GTX 1070 and 16GB RAM

ARK: Survival Evolved has been a phenomenal experience on Xbox One introduced via Game Preview letting players test the game, give feedback to the team and later on launch the product. In an exclusive interview with wccftech, Studio Wildcard’s Co-Founder and Co-Creative Director Jesse Rapczak spoke with them saying:
“Instead of targeting 30FPS like on the other consoles, we’re targeting 60FPS for the Xbox One X. I would say most of the time for PS4 Pro you would be seeing 30FPS on PS4 Pro at 1080P, whereas with the Xbox One X you’re going to see double the frame rate at 1080P, 60FPS. We might even allow the frame rate to go higher than 60 FPS, but we’re still looking into that. Right now it’s actually uncapped but on a TV it’s not that useful [because they’re locked to 60Hz].
Previously on PS4 Pro, we had the option to choose between frame rate ([email protected]) and resolution ([email protected]). We removed it because it’s a better experience for the users now.
Because ours is a multiplayer game, the complexity on the screen can be very unpredictable. Variable resolution is something we introduced this year to try and stabilize the frame rate on lower PCs and consoles so that when people go into a huge base and someone’s got a hundred dinosaurs, the resolution scales down but the frame rate stays smooth.
We’re not targeting 4K resolution or anything like that, instead, we’re targeting higher quality pixels.”
Jesse Rapczak has a saying on Xbox One X power:
“If you think about it, it’s kind of equivalent to a GTX 1070 maybe and the Xbox One X actually has 12GB of GDDR5 memory. It’s kind of like having a pretty high-end PC minus a lot of overhead due to the operating system on PC. So I would say it’s equivalent to a 16GB 1070 PC, and that’s a pretty good deal for $499.”

Ark: Survival Evolved is also getting High Dynamic Range support on all platforms, but the studio is not sure if Steam is getting it.
“We’re definitely going to implement HDR support. It’s one of those things we really like in games. I feel like HDR has a much important place in games than 3D TVs or even 4K. It does make a big difference as long as you’re using it in the right circumstances.
ARK at its core is an HDR game, we just tone map it for SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) for non-HDR displays. We will enable HDR on PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One S and Xbox One X. We might do it on Windows 10 too – the game is coming on the Windows 10 Store too and it will have cross-buy and cross-play with the Xbox One version.
Because it’s the same code base, taking advantage of HDR in that environment. Not sure if we’ll do that on Steam or not, we’ll see. It’s a little harder on Steam where people’s system configurations vary wildly.”
Source: wccftech

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