The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Appears On Xbox One January 19th with 4K Support, New Mode
By Jonathan Balofsky On 5 Jan, 2018 At 10:30 AM | Categorized As News, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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Today, The Astronauts announced their acclaimed first game, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, will launch on Xbox One on January 19, including support for Xbox One X and a brand new mode to explore. In anticipation of its launch, the game is now available for pre-order through the Xbox Marketplace.

Originally released on PC in 2014, the game has since made a name for itself as an artistic wonder, winning BAFTA’s Game Innovation award for its use of advanced photogrammetry tech to create digital assets with unparalleled visual quality using 3D scans of real-life objects. Now, leveraging the power of Xbox One X, The Astronauts has included support for full 4K HD resolution, providing players with their clearest look at the game’s world yet!

In addition to offering everything from the game’s PC and PS4 versions, the Xbox One release of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter also includes a brand new Free Roam mode. As one of the most requested features among fans, Free Roam mode allows players to take in the sights and sounds of Red Creek Valley on their own terms, without a trace of murder. Take a look at the comparison screenshots below to get an idea of how Free Roam will alter the game.

Offering up gorgeous visuals and a brand new mode to get lost in, The Astronauts has breathed new life into The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, shining a spotlight on its technical marvels and sharing its acclaimed narrative with Xbox One owners. It launches on Xbox One on January 19, including full 4K support for Xbox One X, and is currently available on PC and PS4. For the latest updates, visit the official websites for Ethan Carter and The Astronauts, or follow the team on Facebook and Twitter.

Will you be checking out this release on Xbox One? Let us know!

 

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