We’re pretending we’re Supermen again.
We comprehensively reviewed Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 back at launch and found it to be a superb return to form for the Birdman, but now we’re doing things a little different with its upcoming Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S upgrade, as there are quite a few things to talk about in regards to the improvements that have been made, as well as the unnecessarily confusing pricing structure which means most players won’t get it for free, which is definitely a shame.
Let’s start with the positives though. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 now supports native 4K resolution at 60 frames per-second on Xbox Series X, along with various other visual improvements for things like textures and shadows. It’s immediately noticeable compared to the standard Xbox One X version, with everything looking cleaner, crisper and more detailed. You can see specs of dirt on ramps and rails, the lighting feels more realistic in general, and reflections for the likes of puddles are now much more pronounced.
Read the full article on purexbox.com