The release took place on consoles Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S games Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition. The project goes into release without optimization for the next generation consoles, that is, it works on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S due to backward compatibility. Conflicting information began to appear on the network about how Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition works on Xbox consoles.
On Reddit and on social media, you can find claims from players that Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition runs on Xbox consoles with poor graphics. The developers have officially tried to refute this. On Reddit developers Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition reported the following:
The game runs at high settings or higher. We have openly stated that the game is aimed at 1080p @ 30fps, so if anyone tries to scare people away when the game offers exactly what it advertised, I have no idea what to say to that.
Game Developers Complain They Don’t Have Xbox Series X Development Kits | S, so they can’t release optimizations yet. They don’t even have new Xbox consoles to see if the Unlocked Frame Rate feature is available on Xbox Series X:
I was informed that the FPS is unlocked and I trust the word of our programmer. I cannot verify for myself what this means in practice, since I do not have a Series X, so I am not going to make outlandish claims.
However, we’ve already made a commitment to squeeze more out of the Series S / X consoles when we have our development kit. […] We are on a waiting list to get ONE developer kit and we hope that it will happen as soon as possible.
Note that Xbox players are complaining about another issue with Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition. They point out that there is very little text in the game for consoles. The developers promised to fix this, noting that this problem is on their radar.
Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition is out on the Microsoft Store for Xbox for $ 54.99.