Grounded to Target 60 FPS on Xbox Series S and X, and 4K on the Latter

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Grounded, the cooperative survival game where your characters have been shrunk and have to fend off for themselves in the garden, has received details on its Xbox Series S and X launch day optimizations via an Xbox Wire post penned by Obsidian Entertainment’s Director of Communications Mikey Dowling.

Grounded will target 60fps on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, offering unparalleled gameplay performance for next generation console players, with full 4K support on the Xbox Series X that will help showcase the game’s intricate ant-sized world in incredible detail.

Players will also experience increased graphical fidelity, improved loading times and HDR support, thanks to the power of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, ensuring each blade of grass and every single aphid looks spectacular on your screen.

It is unclear from this blurb whether the game will be rendered at 1440p or 1080p on the Xbox Series S, though we’d bet on the latter after several developers have confirmed to be targeting FullHD resolution for their games on Microsoft’s less powerful next-generation console.

The Outer Worlds Sequel Is Currently in Pre-Production – Rumor

Grounded has had a successful debut in early access so far, with over a million players attracted in just the first couple of days. The game’s full release is scheduled to occur at some point next year, with the following features planned for addition according to the official roadmap:

  • Password Protected Games
  • Friend Invites
  • Mouse and Keyboard Support for the Xbox Console
  • New Hostile Creature: Mosquito
  • New Neutral Creature: Bee
  • New Items: Water Themed Equipment
  • New Creature: Firefly
  • New Creature: Roly Poly
  • Graphics Option Improvements
  • Ant Pheromone Control
  • New Creature: Ant Queen
  • Sandbox Environment
  • Haze Environment
  • Additional Backyard Environments
  • Additional Creatures and Insects
  • Weather
  • Backyard Changing Events

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