Abe’s Exodus reimagining, Oddworld Soulstorm is out now. Its creators have resorted to a publication in PlayStation Blog to clarify some details and provide more information on the console versions of the game.
PS4 and PS5, in addition to PC, receive this adventure today and before some doubts on the part of the community, the creative team of the game wanted to detail the differences between versions.
As we said, being an intergenerational title, like many of the releases that are taking place these months, Oddworld Soulstorm has two different versions. However, from the Oddworld Inhabitants team, they assure that They have worked so that the players do not feel differences.
As might be expected, the PS5 version has some improvements such as the ability to play at 60 fps or an improvement thanks to the Dualsense controller, but in other playable aspects, PS4 users will not notice any sharp cuts or differences that affect the overall result of the adventure.
We set out to ensure that PS5 and PS4 players will enjoy a nearly identical core game experience. You’ll see the same number of NPCs on screen (sometimes hundreds) with explosions and high-octane actioncommented Oddworld Inhabitants co-founder and game creative director Lorne Lanning. To achieve this, the PS4 runs at 30 frames per second, while the PS5 runs at 60 frames per second.
Remember that Oddworld Soulstorm is now available on PS5, PS4 and PC. In addition, the game is free on Sony’s next generation console if you are a PS Plus subscriber. Here you can take a look at the free PS Plus games in April 2021.