Lords of the Fallen’s creative director Tomasz Gop has recently confirmed that the Xbox One version will run at 900p resolution, while the PlayStation 4 at 1080p. Gop has explained that the two versions are “pretty much similar”, though “the resolution [on the Xbox One] is like 900p instead of 1080p on PlayStation 4. But apart from that, there’s nothing different I would say.” Furthermore, Lords of the Fallen has already been certified for launch in the United States, so a resolution-bump is pretty much out of the picture now. “It’s really, really close [to completion]”, Gop continued. “Pretty much the only thing that we’re doing is last minute fixes, but we’ve already been certified. We’re already past the US certification for PlayStation.”
Lords of the Fallen is an upcoming hack and slash action role playing game developed by German game studio Deck13 Interactive in collaboration with Polish studio CI Games and published by Bandai Namco Games. The game is set in a world where no sin is forgotten. Players take on the role of Harkyn – a convicted criminal whose sins are visible on his face, in the form of runes. The world’s rulers are working to banish all evil from humans, though it is unclear what exactly this might mean for someone like Harkyn. When an army of long defeated gods attacks the human realm, Harkyn is released from prison with a chance at redemption. Along with his mentor – Kaslo – the journey to stop the attacks leads to Rhogar: another dimension inhabited by demons. Players can form alliances as they progress, combat enemies of ever increasing difficulty, and eventually travel to the heart of the demonic realm, in an effort to achieve forgiveness for the game’s anti-hero.
Lords of the Fallen launches on October 28th in North America and October 31st in Europe, on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.