Hamburg-based independent developer ROCKFISH Games announced the release of the Enhanced Version of its highly reviewed (Xbox Metacritic 84) 3D roguelike space shooter EVERSPACE™ for Xbox One X.
As of now, the free patch is ready to download from the Xbox Store featuring the option of rendering in native 4K at 30 fps or with 60 fps and an improved level of detail distance settings as well as better shadow, shader, lighting, and VFX quality in native 1080p (instead of 83% screen resolution on the regular Xbox One).
“The Xbox One X is a beast of a console, and we are glad that it closes the gap to gaming PCs. [Of course, you will always have more computing and rendering power in a high-end gaming PC, but it will come at a much higher cost, in a much bigger casing, and with more maintenance effort.]” said Michael Schade, CEO and co-founder of ROCKFISH Games. “On console, Everspace has never looked any better and played more smoothly than on the Xbox One X, hands down.”
“We are super excited about Everspace Enhanced for Xbox One X supporting 4K rendering as well as improved visuals with super smooth 60 fps gameplay in 1080p,” said Chris Charla, Director ID@Xbox at Microsoft. “Everspace Enhanced is a fantastic poster child of what the Xbox One is capable of and we also look forward to the Encounters expansion coming out for the entire Xbox One family, too.”
EVERSPACE™ takes daring space pilots on a challenging journey through six sectors, each featuring multiple procedurally-generated levels full of dangers and treasures. In each run, they will face entirely new situations, continuously testing their skills, experience, and talent for improvisation. Players will find three ships with different capabilities to choose from, plus a wide range of weapons, devices, and consumables at their disposal. Great piloting skills will be needed to stand a chance against various enemies, along with a keen eye for loot and mineable resources, which are used to repair damaged ship components or to craft new equipment and modifications, giving players an advantage in combat and a better chance of making it out of a sticky situation alive.