When LawBreakers releases in August for PlayStation 4, it will include full PS4 Pro support and run at 4K/60 frames-per-second. It will also run at 60fps on the base PS4 and, as Boss Key Productions Lead Designer Dan Nanni explained to GamingBolt, they’re maxing out both consoles:
PlayStation 4 Pro is 60 frames-per-second. PlayStation 4 base is 60 frames-per-second. We are maxing it out. We are 4K on PlayStation 4 at 60 frames-per-second. It’s all about maximizing the performance, and make sure it plays competitively.
After calling the Xbox One X awesome (LawBreakers might come to Xbox One one day), Nanni said, “When you give us hardware we’re going to maximize it, that’s what we do.” He later added that they want to make sure “everybody who gets to play the game doesn’t have a poor experience regardless of their set up,” and they “don’t want the hardware to ever become a discussion point,” especially when it comes to a console.
While the LawBreakers PC beta has begun, the PS4 beta doesn’t have a date yet. “No dates / times for PS4 beta yet, but we’re working on it,” Boss Key said on Twitter. You can sign up for the beta on the official website.
LawBreakers launches on August 8 for PS4 and PC, priced at $29.99 USD. There’s also a $39.99 USD Deadzo Deluxe Edition that adds six character skins, five Hadronium Blue weapon skins, and more.