Epic Games exciting sandbox shooter, Fornite will be going into paid early access this month for PC, PS4 and Xbox One users – following this ‘launch’ the game will become F2P from next year.
Gamingbolt spoke with executive producer Zak Phelps regarding the title’s performance on the major consoles – as well as the team’s thoughts on a Switch version of Fornite.
Regarding the game’s performance on Xbox One X, PS4 Pro and PC, Phelps noted “Resolution and frame rate is all dependent on your PC and what you can run. PS4 Pro, Xbox X, it’s going to look really good in 4K. We’re going to allow the resolutions that we can support and frame rate at 30 frames per second.
“We’ve turned on several key PC pieces on epic settings. We’re able to run the game on Xbox, Xbox One X, and PS4 Pro.”
And what about the Nintendo’s hybrid console, the Switch? Phelps stated, “That’s a great question. That would be amazing, right? Nothing on that officially.”
Honestly, Fortnite looks like one of the better Co-op games we have out there – especially considering the tower defence mechanisms Epic has implemented. Personally, I’m a huge fan of tower defence games, especially when you get to control a character in your brilliantly planned out maze. I remember punting hours and hours into Dungeon defender just because of the RPG elements they added into traditional TD.
Excited for Fornite? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Fortnite arrives in early access on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on July 25th