Wolfenstein: The New Order Campaign Length, Resolution And FPS Revealed
After various previews and interviews that ran this week, new details about Wolfenstein: The New Order have been revealed.
According to the ever so trusty NeoGAF forum, the frame rate debate (that rhymed, it was unintentional) can be put to bed because The New Order will run at 60FPS on all platforms, as it was “hardwired” to do so as a previous interview points out.
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I’ve read internationally that the game will be 1080p on both the PS4 and Xbox One, although official confirmation is yet to go out.
It was also revealed that the single player campaign will last players at least 15-20 hours on an average playthrough. A number of previews and interviews have suggested that the game has a strong narrative focus.
Bethesda has announced that The New Order will be a single player only title, which suits me just fine as the last Wolfenstein had a great single player but a terrible and grossly undeveloped multiplayer component.
The New Order will be out on May 20 on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.