Hood: Outlaws & Legends to get support for reitracing and DLSS

Head of development Hood: Outlaws & Legends Andrew Willans told WCCFTech in an interview with WCCFTech that the action movie will receive support for ray tracing, and after the release the authors plan to add support for DLSS, NVIdia. According to Willans, the team is aiming for a stable 60 FPS with retracing on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, but not yet can name the final resolution. The authors continue to optimize the game and for Xbox Series S – the nearest benchmark of performance was Xbox One X.

In addition, players are waiting for support for the features of the DualSense controller, which in details will be told in the coming weeks. The authors promise intuitive archery and perceived fatigue when using melee weapons when the character is exhausted.

Recall that in Hood: Outlaws & Legends players will participate in multiplayer robberies. Earned money can be spent on cosmetic items and unlocking new perks or distributed to the poor to expand the range of items available in the store.

character class, however upon release the authors promise free maps, new modes and characters. Updates will come out about every 3-4 months.

Seasons will be devoted to the pagan calendar. In the same interview, Willans noted that the future of the game will help shape audience requests as well.

For example, developers can add plot PVE mode, as well as work on a competitive component including clans, leagues, rank games, observer mode and other. Hood: Outlaws & Legends will be released on May 10 on PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

For pre-order, players will have access to the game three days early and skin for each character and their weapons. Year 1 Edition is available for pre-order, which also includes combat passes for the first three seasons.

More on Gambling Leak: Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection will be out on PS4, Xbox One and PC in time for early summer โ€œLand of Nomads,โ€ โ€œFather,โ€ โ€œSoul,โ€ โ€œMunkโ€ and not just โ€” Oscars 2021 winners Battlefield, Titanfall and Mirror’s Edge tested on Xbox Series with 120 FPS.