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Rocksteady Developer thinks the Xbox Series S will hold this entire generation of games

Rocksteady Developer thinks the Xbox Series S will hold this entire generation of games

A senior developer at Rocksteady Studios shared on Twitter that he believes so Xbox Series S the console “braked” an entire generation of video games. The internet started talking about game development after the news about it Gotham Knights will only launch with 30 fps support on consoles, although the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S exclusively. This has led some to make strong statements about why some games may be limited, with the Xbox Series S becoming a prime target.

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Post from Gotham Knights developer Fleur Marty on Discord is what started today’s complex and controversial discourse. Marty explained it Gotham Knights it wouldn’t have Performance Mode, a mode that usually sacrifices resolution and graphics for frame rate. as such, Gotham Knights only supports 30fps on consoles. The decision of the developer Warner Bros. criticized the players who wanted Gotham Knights to support 60fps

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In a series of tweets, Rocksteady senior technical artist Lee Devonald joined the conversation on the link Gotham Knights. Initially, his focus is on solving what 60fps means and the compromises required to achieve it. He says that’s especially important considering “we have a current-gen console that’s not much better than the previous generation.” He answers a question about the hardware bottleneck and specifically mentions the Xbox Series S GPU, where cross-platform games must “optimize for the lowest performance.”

Another follow-up tweet from Devonald showed how little the senior developer thinks of the Xbox Series S. He says there’s “an entire generation of games, broken by that potato.” However, the reason why a generation is broken is not just because the Xbox Series S exists. Devonald explains it Microsoft “they won’t let you run one without the other.” It’s this requirement, which must be met for a cross-platform game to run on any Xbox consoles, paired with the Xbox Series S’s comparably less powerful GPU, that explains why Devonald believes a generation is broken.

To Devonald’s credit, he has since apologized for his posts regarding the Xbox Series S. Twitter users pointed out that Devonald’s call for respect for developers is hypocritical if he does so while attacking Microsoft’s Xbox Series S developers in the same breath. He also clarifies that while Rocksteady has the same parent company as Gotham Knights developer WB Games Montrealhe is completely unfamiliar with the project and knows nothing about its development or what might limit the game.

A long post by Devonald to close his thoughts and withdraw from the conversation is not mentioned Xbox Series Sbut says that any problems there might be with the current generation of consoles “probably aren’t the reason behind the decisions”. Gotham Knights‘ 30 fps. He says he wanted to educate himself about “some of the temptations that happen in development and that development teams should “always be free to make their the game their way.” Furthermore, he reiterates that any level abuse or harass developers is wrong and needs to stop, something we should all agree with.

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