The Xbox One X has been getting a lot of positive feedback thrown its way from many in the development community. A developer from 34BigThings, the studio behind the F-Zero/Wipeout-esque Redout, recently added even more Xbox One X praise-filled comments to the ever-growing bucket.
Interviewed by GamingBolt, this developer called the Xbox One X “an amazing piece of hardware”. Comparing it to the average gaming PC, he noted that the Xbox One X has “the smallest gap”. That isn’t too surprising considering the fact that the system has some pretty decent specs like a 6TFLOP processor and 12GB of RAM.
Here’s his full comments on the system’s power:
“I don’t think there can be a console that out-powers PCs in general, for obvious reasons. But I can agree the Xbox One X is the most powerful console ever released and probably the one with the smallest gap with the average gaming PC. That being said, it’s an amazing piece of hardware and I’m really looking forward to see Redout running on it.”
The developer had a little more to say, such as that he believes that it may be possible to get Redout running at 4K and 60 frames-per-second, but the team will have to continue to work with the hardware. You can read the rest of his comments over on GamingBolt.
The Xbox One X will hit shelves on November 7th. Redout: Lightspeed Edition will be racing onto Xbox One, along with PS4 on August 29th.