Watch Dogs: Legion on Xbox Series S runs in dynamic 1080, ray-tracing on PC has slight advantage over consoles

The highest resolution for Watch Dogs Legion on Xbox Series S will be dynamic 1080, according to Ubisoft.

Speaking with Wccftech, the company’s lead programmer, Galvin Whitlock, said this was the case with Watch Dogs: Legion on Xbox Series X.

Whitlock also touched on the differences between ray-traced reflections across PC and next-gen consoles, and apparently, PC only has a slight advantage.

“The fundamentals of the ray-tracing are the same across all platforms that support it,” said Whitlock. “For RTX on PC, we do ray-tracing for rougher surfaces in more situations.

“Ray-tracing relies on a simplified version of the world that we trace rays into. This has been optimized individually for each platform to maximize the number of rays we can process.

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“Overall, the look is similar on all platforms supporting ray-tracing but side-by-side, only experts will be able to spot differences.”

Whitlock also confirmed that ray-tracing will work on the new AMD cards immediately upon release.

Watch Dogs: Legion is out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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