Microsoft has teased it is getting up close and personal with Middle-earth: Shadow of War, which will benefit from the beefier hardware found inside of Project Scorpio.
We've already seen Shadow of War gameplay footage, but now Microsoft is talking about the game and its upcoming Xbox Scorpio console. Matt Allen, director of technical art at Monolith said: "So far, we really like it. I don't know how much they've revealed the specs, but it is an upgrade. It's not just sort-of, 'We're going to upgrade some stuff.' There's things you can do with it. So, we're pretty excited to be working with them specifically".
Allen also talked about Project Scorpio running Shadow of War in 4K with HDR enabled, adding: "Until you've seen the game at 4K and HDR, it's different ... you can watch it [in HDR] for a while, and after seeing it for a couple of months, you normalize it. Then you go back to not looking at it [HDR], and it actually is really different". He continued: "I don't know how much consumer uptick is going to be of 4K HDR TVs, but we've got a couple, and the game looks fantastic. For me, I'm really excited about showing it off at some point. Hopefully, in the near future, we can show that off".
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