Murdered Soul Suspect Dev Faced No Issues From Xbox One’s eSRAM, Runs At 1080p/30fps


There have been an abundance of developers who've reported issues with the Xbox One's eSRAM and how it bottlenecks development, especially when trying to get games to run at native 1080p.  Now, Square Enix has confirmed that their upcoming mystery thriller, Soul Suspect, will run at 1080p/30fps on both the PS4 and X1.



Senior Design Producer Eric Studer recently spoke with GamingBolt and discussed how the game will run.

“I can in fact confirm that Murdered will run 1080p on both Xbox One and PS4; we have decided to lock the frames at 30 for this product.”

Did Airtight face any problems or development challenges with the Xbox One’s eSRAM? Studer replied with, “I’m not an overly technical guy, but I don’t recall hearing about any hurdles on the eSRAM.”

As for additional support for Kinect and DualShock 4, he stated that, “Though we aren’t doing Kinect integration, we are utilizing the PS4 controller in a few fun ways that you’ll have to discover.”

Murdered: Soul Suspect will be out on June 3rd in North America and June 6th in Europe for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC.

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  1. PunkBuster4/02/2014

    Doesn't BF:BC2 and BF:3 still have rubber-banding issues?



    It would be nice if they'd fix their gameplay breaking problems before releasing new games... Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was a great game sans rubber-banding, it was also on steam and didn't use a web browser based server browser...

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  2. PunkBuster4/02/2014

    p.s. They were off by a day with this news...

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