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The Simpsons Hit And Run 4K FPS remaster is so good we could cry

The Simpsons Hit And Run 4K FPS remaster is so good we could cry

The 2003 title has never looked better

Released in the early 2000s and considered a cult classic, The Simpsons: Hit & Run has never received a remake or remaster.

However, this 4K FPS remaster gives us some insight into what the title would look like over 20 years after its release and it has got a lot of fans feeling quite nostalgic.

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The remaster in question was recently posted to r/SimpsonsHitAndRun and shows the original poster attach a beautiful looking screenshot of the game with the title “successfully modernised my childhood”.

The screenshot shows The Simpsons: Hit & Run look quite different to how it looked back in 2003 and it wasn’t long before fellow fans were questioning as to how the original poster managed to get these settings.

One asked, “how is it so HD, dude?”

To which the poster replied, “Developer mode on Xbox. You can add an emulator and it actually upscales to 4k 60fps really well.”

More specifically, the poster used the XBSX2.0 for the Xbox Series consoles which works as a standalone PlayStation 2 emulator. After fiddling around with a few settings (which took a couple of hours to do), they managed to make The Simpsons: Hit & Run look quite different and a whole lot more modern.

According to them, the game will upscale automatically using this programme and players can just change the resolution for the emulator to apply texture and wide-screen patches.

Although this is by no means an official remaster, it is one of the best ways fans can play The Simpsons: Hit & Run in 2024 even if it takes a bit of technological know-how to achieve.

“What a good game. The kid friendly version of GTA”, one comment read.

Another said: ‘That is STUNNING. I need me some of that action”.

Featured Image Credit: Vivendi Universal Games

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X