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Ori and the Will of the Wisps will look even better on Xbox Series X|S

The gorgeous platformer Ori and the Will of the Wisps is poised to look and play even better on the Xbox Series X|S. Moon Studios has detailed the release notes in a post on its website for the incoming Xbox Series X|S update.

The Xbox Series X will enjoy faster loading times, high fidelity audio, 4K HDR locked at 120 FPS, and a optional 6K supersampled mode at 60 FPS outputting in 4K HDR. It’ll also be available with Smart Delivery, so if you’ve purchased Ori and the Will of the Wisps on your Xbox One, you can download the Xbox Series X version and enjoy the many updates free of charge.

Xbox Series S owners will also have access to many optimizations, including 1080p HDR locked at 120 FPS, an optional 4K mode at 60 FPS, and the faster loading times and high fidelity audio included in the Xbox Series X update. It’ll also be available with Smart Delivery.

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Both Xbox platforms will also enjoy the added Sharpness Setting that will allow additional control over the game’s image sharpness, backup saves, and a quick access menu.

The release notes also include many bug fixes and improvements to the game’s general performance, as well as a slew of updates for the PC version of the game that include high and low-quality graphics and audio quality settings, as well as the quick access and back up save options.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is one of the best games on the Xbox and is available for download now on Xbox Gamepass.

This post was written by Zackery Cuevas and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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