Xbox head Phil Spencer recently confirmed the Xbox Series X to have “more than eight times” the graphics processing might as the Xbox One, and now we have a better idea of how that kind of power translates to better-looking games. For one, we can expect to see hair that doesn’t look like it just took a bath in hair gel.In a conversation with IGN, several next-gen developers spoke at length about how the increased capabilities of the Xbox Series X and PS5 will improve how games look and perform.”It’s always been really difficult to make really good hair. And then hair responding to different environments – hair and water, hair and wind, hair and hair gel, are all reactions that can be processed,” said former Naughty Dog creative director Bruce Straley.So it’s not just that hair will look more realistic in a static image, it’s also the way it interacts with different elements that will benefit from a stronger GPU. Likewise, effects like “smoke, fog, and clouds” will look and behave more naturally, according to Virtuos VP of Games Elijah Freeman.”Yes, improved smoke effects will be great to look at, but the ability to just barely glimpse an enemy… Read full this story
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