The new Strider game is going to be released on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 soon, as well as on the older Sony and Microsoft consoles and PC.
Capcom Japan producer James Vance has confirmed today some new interesting details on the reboot game in a new interview with GamingBolt.
Apparently both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will run 1080p resolution and 60 FPS. This is quite good news, considering some of the multiplatform launch titles for the next-gen consoles had some resolution differences.
The Japanese release of the game is going to include a few extra goodies, as we have reported some time ago. Unfortunately it looks like they will stay exclusive to Japan, as Vance confirmed that Capcom has no plans to bring the additional exclusive content to any North American version of the game.
A few days ago Capcom released some new screenshots showcasing the Option A robots. These spinning robots will be helping Strider in a few different ways like enhancing his attacks and protecting him from missiles and other ranged attacks. You can check out the screenshots by going here.
Strider will be released in on PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, Xbox One and PC during February.