infinite aura It is one of the most awaited games on Xbox since the series X announcement. The campaign revealing the video that came out in 2020 sparked several controversial reactions, but it seems that the work done to make the game live up to the expectations of its players has paid off. Check out the comparison to come to your own conclusions:
The video above was created by Game Informer, who had the opportunity to play the same stage shown earlier. In the promotional video for the campaign that we saw last year. Apparently, the site didn’t have much control over how often it could replay the level, because they didn’t try to replicate the moves we see in the trailer, which makes the comparison a bit tricky. But it is clear that the two scenes can be compared perfectly side by side.
In addition to the changes in textures and special effects, you can see that the work has changed a lot in the aesthetics of lighting, making the game much sharper and sharper in its final version.
A change that has little to do with technology and is just an option for the developers, is that in the end, the hologram talking to the main boss is no longer transmitted to the real world, remaining in the form of a hologram. It was a stylistic feature that might have been sacrificed in order for anyone to mistake teleportation or something.
infinite aura Arrives on PC and Xbox that day December 8.
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