Even if you’re not a fan of anything related to Ryse: Son of Rome so far, it’s hard to deny that the game at least looks cool. It plays like a Zack Snyder version of Gladiator, and the visuals are pretty crisp and smooth. Visuals which will be playing at a constant pace of 1080 High Definitions under the hood.
Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg confirmed the 1080pness of Ryse on Twitter:
@deaconblade I can only speak for our games, I know Ryse and Forza will be native 1080p.
— Aaron Greenberg (@aarongreenberg) September 14, 2013
While the following videos were posted showed off the excruciatingly painful finishers that players will be using to limb-severing effect:
Ryse: Son of Rome is an Xbox One Launch title for the November debut of that console. Ryse will be playable at rAge this year, so you folks can see what I’ve been raving about lately. Although to get to it, you’ll most likely have to make a human turtle and push through.
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