The Outer Worlds will only be available on Xbox One X in 4k version

The rpg The Outer Worlds will be released next week and then there will probably be a relatively large graphical difference between the One X and PS4 Pro version. The makers are only releasing an enhanced version with 4k resolution for the Xbox One X.

Publisher Private Division says in response to questions from Windows Central that there will only be a 4k version for the Xbox One and that there are no enhancements for the PlayStation 4 Pro in the offing. A further explanation and explanation are not yet available.

The lack of such a version for the PS4 Pro at release is remarkable in that versions of console games with a higher, sometimes dynamically adjustable resolution, usually come out for both the Xbox One X and the PlayStation 4 Pro. Now it seems that only a 1080p version will appear for the PlayStation 4 Pro. In theory, an improved version for the PS4 Pro may be released at some point after release.

The Outer Worlds will be released on October 25 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and is being developed by Obsidian Entertainment. This studio was acquired by Microsoft last year and became part of Microsoft Studios, which may explain the lack of a 4k version for the PS4 Pro. Obsidian is a fairly small studio, so the lack of an enhanced version for the PS4 Pro could also be due to a lack of resources or manpower.

The game is a first-person SF RPG set in a dystopian space setting. The story is about a character who ended up in the Halcyon colony via a spaceship. Here, conglomerates rule and the goal is to rescue other settlers from the spaceship.