Last week, Microsoft revealed the technical specifications for their next gen Xbox Series X, Dynamic Voltage Games, a video games development studio is ready to reveal the first game completely designed for the next gen console, as is expected for an exclusive next gen Xbox game, the gameplay will be 4K native 120FPS. There is a caveat, sadly the developer states that he doesn’t own a capture device capable of recording at such resolutions.
As it’s been revealed by Microsoft, the Xbox Series X is the most powerful console to arrive this year, boasting an eight core 3.8 GHz Custom Zen 2 CPU, 12 TFLOPs 1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU. The American console beats its Japanese counterpart “in theory” by a decent margin of 1.875 TFLOPs. But the game to be revealed this week by Dynamic Voltage Games might not be a good benchmark for the next gen console.
Later this coming week I will be debuting gameplay for my first XBSX exclusive – which will be native 4K and 120fps. That's the good news. The bad news is I can't even capture 4k/120.
— Dynamic Voltage Games (@dynamic_voltage) March 21, 2020
There is not enough information about the studio, but the first game they released on the Xbox was Final Star for the Xbox One, the game is a 2D space shooter that launched on 2018. The studio is better known for Pirates of First Star (2019), an adventure game that features an unique way of animation, developers combined photographed claymation and real-time 3D visuals.
Pirates of First Star is a puzzle adventure game where players get to explore and battle the locals to solve the mystery of the First Star treasure. “It’s an old school style adventure where exploration and discovery rule the day”.
Certainly, this feels strange for the first game reveal of the next gen platform, but we will have to wait and see what Dynamic Voltage Games has prepared for later this week. But, considering that Pirates of First Start can be run with an, GTX 950 and 2GB of RAM, surely the game to be reveal soon won’t be a real demonstration of the Xbox Series X capabilities.