Remedy Entertainment says it’s looking into how to improve Control’s performance on console but that it will take time. The studio also says that an on/off toggle for Motion Blur and Film Grain will be coming in the next update, along with improvements to the map display.
Control, the upcoming sci-fi explorefest from Remedy Entertainment, releases on August 27th. I played some of the game last week at the Game Developers Conference and will have impressions and details later this week.
Control is a new action-adventure game from Remedy Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In it, the player becomes the director of a secretive, New York-based agency after a supernatural threat invades. It will be out in 2019.
Alan Wake and Quantum Break studio Remedy Entertainment is planning to put its next game “on a wider range of platforms,” including PS4, according to a company post. This is a shift. Since 2010, Remedy’s big games have only hit PC and Xbox consoles. The most recent Remedy game on a PlayStation was 2003's Max Payne 2.
Remedy says it’s working on patches for the kinda broken PC version of Quantum Break. They outlined all the issues they’re trying to address, from the frame rate stuttering, crashing, and inability to disable v-sync. It doesn’t sound like things are going to be fixed overnight, though.