Forspoken Aims To Have The ‘Highest Quality Visuals Ever Seen’ In An Open-World Game

Forspoken Aims To Have The 'Highest Quality Visuals Ever Seen' In An Open-World Game

Since Project Athia was officially revealed as Forspoken, new information and teasers have continued to come out of the Luminous Productions camp regarding Square Enix’s next-gen open-world title. A more recent reveal has been that the game will run using AMD’s new FidelityFX Super Resolution technology, which the developers only took a single day in order to implement. Going a few steps further, Luminous Productions has revealed that Forspoken aims to sport the “highest quality visuals” ever seen in an open-world game.

As part of a recent developer showcase for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, Luminous Productions studio head Takeshi Aramaki explained that Square Enix is looking to set the bar for visuals in open-world games. “With Forspoken, we are aiming to achieve the highest quality visuals ever seen in an open world game,” Aramaki said. “Our studio’s vision is ‘to create games unlike anything experienced before, fusing the world’s latest technologies with art. Implementing cutting edge AMD technology in the development of Forspoken is an embodiment of that philosophy.”

Aramaki goes on to state that the team is driving towards a standard of “high frame rates at 4K,” noting that the new AMD tech has provided a “significant performance boost when running Forspoken at 4K 60fps,” which can be seen in the above video. As for when fans will be able to get their hands on the new title, that remains to be seen. For now, all we know is that Forspoken will be releasing in 2022 for PC and PS5.

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