Studio Spikewave Games talked to reporters and said that Evotinction will work on PS5 in dynamic resolution with target frequency 60 fps. Also, console version Sony will receive support for ray tracing technology and is generally intended for those who want to “get better graphics.”
As for the built-in SSD, Evotinction’s game director confirmed that the drive helped a lot in development. Ultimately, thanks to the SSD, the boot time will be a few seconds..
Evotinction is set to release in spring 2023 for PS5, PS4 and PC. The action takes place in the near future, where an artificial intelligence system in a research center has been infected with a virus and gone out of control, forcing initially harmless robots to attack people.
The protagonist, Doctor Liu, decides to infiltrate the institution on his own in order to study AI, learn its secrets and save humanity.
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