Rise of the Tomb Raider, an upcoming action-adventure game, will be 1080p on Xbox One, confirmed Brian Horton, the game director.

The Xbox exclusive game is a sequel to the 2013 video game Tomb Raider and it will release this holiday season. The game is being developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Microsoft Studios.

The upcoming game was showcased at the E3 this year and the developers were targeting to run the game at 1080p. However, Horton has now confirmed via a tweet that Rise of the Tomb Raider will indeed run with the said resolution.

The game is being developed on the same engine as the original Tomb Raider. Since the original game ran at 1080p, it should not come as a surprise that the sequel will at least run the same.

Horton's tweet came in response to a tech analysis of the game by NX Gamer, who assumed that the game ran 900p. However, NX Gamer has not edited his comments on the analysis video and apologized for his mistake on Rise of the Tomb Raider's resolution.

"I made a very silly and inaccurate assumption on the games resolution based on Developer interviews. I always check my information but i rushed this article up from outside the UK with that assumption. It was incorrect and the game developer has quite rightly corrected me on being an idiot. I have amended the video with that piece out and link here the resolution confirmation from Brian Hortor," per NX Gamer.

Gamers will hope that the game is released on PlayStation 4 (PS4) as well as PC in 2016, but Crystal Dynamics remains silent on this topic.

The game is scheduled to release on Nov. 10 for Xbox One and Xbox 360. It will share the release date with Fallout 4.

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