The Double Fine video game is seen again in a new trailer, but does not give a release date. The sequel shines on the Xbox Games Showcase.
Double Fine has unveiled a new trailer for Psychonauts 2 during the Xbox Games Showcase. The video game, sequel to the famous 128-bit work, will return soon with this second part with a theme of Jack Black on the soundtrack. Although we have not been given a release date, we do know that it will go to 2021 and will be available for launch on Xbox Game Pass for Xbox Series X and PC through Windows 10.
In addition, it will also see the light on PS4 and Xbox One, but it will be on Xbox where it has more prominence given the purchase of the study by Microsoft. “We weren’t looking to be acquired, but talking about other things with [Microsoft] They mentioned that they were doing it with other companies and that those companies seemed to have a strong identity, like Ninja Theory, “explained Tim Schaffer.
Xbox Series X hits the world this Christmas
In addition to a clear commitment to the games of the future, Xbox Series X will not forget the titles of the past. The backward compatibility of the console will be the most ambitious we’ve ever seen, with thousands of compatible games since its launch. Thanks to its new SSD storage memory, the loading times will be practically disappeared even in games run through backwards compatibility.
To this we must add that they will be a kind of remastering by adding improvements in their resolution, HDR capabilities, a higher FPS or Quick Resume rate, that is, the option to resume several titles at any time without waiting even if we turn off the console or the let’s restart.
If we stick to contemporary titles, another highlight of the next generation of Microsoft consoles is Smart Delivery. The Optimized for Xbox Series X seal will ensure games will be optimized with 4K resolution up to 120 FPS, DirectStorage, hardware-accelerated DirectX ray tracing, ultra-fast load time, and more. Games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, FIFA 21 or Cyberpunk 2077 will be updated for free when we buy an Xbox Series X if we have previously purchased it on Xbox One. And vice versa. We will always play the best version.
All in all, we remember that Xbox Series X will hit stores this Christmas. Microsoft assures that there will be no stock problems.