An industry insider has provided some new details regarding the development of the forthcoming multiplatform video game, “TitanFall.” According to a report from Segment Next on Dec. 24, the first-person shooter is currently suffering from some graphics problems in development.
The source disclosed that the “performance is not up to snuff” even though the software product is only running natively at 720p as opposed to 1080p. The development team is apparently waiting for driver updates to the development kits to arrive in the first month of the next year. You can check out a few screenshots of “TitanFall” in the slideshow to the left of this article and the details below:
Oh and fun fact about Titan Fall, performance is not up to snuff at 720p, waiting for January driver updates :).
The aforementioned comment is most likely referring to the Xbox One version. Microsoft is reportedly a little bit behind in providing developers with updated development kits.
The same insider also claimed that a port to the PS4 was also being discussed previously. You can see his statement below:
I also assure you, through two sources a PS4 port was talked about at one time, but that's not breaking news, that's more like common sense.
“TitanFall” was first revealed for the PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The initial deal between Electronic Arts and Microsoft was reportedly supposed to be for timed-exclusivity on the console side. However, the partnership was recently expanded in that the new title will only be coming to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles.
“TitanFall” will be released for the three platforms on March 11, 2014.