Xbox Series X|S: Ori and the Will of the Wisps Next Gen update, 4K, 120FPS and 6K!

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Next-gen consoles are upon us, and we couldn’t be any more excited.

However, this transition to next-gen will see many games having to update in order to take advantage of the new hardware.

One such game is Moon Studios’ Ori and the Will of the Wisps, which has added a host of visual upgrades.

Let’s jump into the changes to the game now!

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Next Gen

The next-gen update for the Moon Studios title added support for the Xbox Series X and S’s awesome hardware.

TIME FOR AN UPGRADE: The game is coming to Xbox Series X and S
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TIME FOR AN UPGRADE: The game is coming to Xbox Series X and S

The game will now boast 1080p HDR at 120fps, even on the Xbox Series S.

Similarly, on the Xbox Series X, the game now features up to 4K resolution, with HDR again, and 120 fps.

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There’s even a 6K supersampling mode, which will output to your screens at 4K and will also run in 60fps.

Other improvements

Like most games moving on to next-gen, the update adds a host of other new features.

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CINEMATIC VISUALS: We are sure the game will look phenomenal following these upgrades

The game will now load faster than ever on both next-gen consoles, letting you jump back into the game in an instant.

Instant Input response has been added, as well as higher fidelity audio.

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For those who love the game's soundscape, this means an increased Dynamic Range and Convolution Reverb.

The settings have also been updated to give access to features such as image sharpness.

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POWER: The Xbox Series X will run the game in 4K at 120fps!

Finally, Smart Delivery is now available across current and next-gen, ensuring that what you are playing is the most optimised version of the game.

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