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post #4291 of 4571
Not sure if you heard BTW, 900p on PS4 and 792p on Xbone. Both 30 FPS. Confirmed by Ubi.

*facepalm*
post #4292 of 4571
http://blog.ubi.com/watch-dogs-next-gen-game-resolution-dynamism/
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The game also looks great on both generations of consoles. On new-gen systems the game will run at 900p on PS4 and 792p on Xbox One, at 30 frames-per-second on both consoles. While some new-gen games now offer native 1080p, Morin says it’s much more important to deliver an amazing next-gen experience than it is to push a few more pixels onto a screen.
post #4293 of 4571
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Originally Posted by AudioNoob101 View Post

I am disappointed. I would rather them have it at 720p for both consoles at 60fps. But that's just me. Even though both upscale to 1080p. Never been a fan of upscaling though. Especially on the XB1,when upscaling it over sharpens and leaves lots of jaggies :/


I can't see why it wouldn't be 1080p and 60 fps on ps4? infamous second son had the same type of graphics and managed to do 1080p with 60fps!

post #4294 of 4571

 'Watch Dogs Is 1080p, 60fps On PS4' Says Ubisoft

Paul Walker

News

 

Despite Sony removing reference of Watch Dogs being 1080p/60fps from their website, Ubisoft says Watch Dogs will be 1080p/60fps on PS4.

Published on May 13, 2014

 

We recently reported that Sony's website seemed to confirm that Watch Dogs will be 1080p/60fps on PS4 and implied that this will not be the case on Xbox One. 

However, Sony has since changed the text of its website to remove reference to Watch Dogs being 1080p/60fps on PS4. 

This backpedaling has led some to suggest that Watch Dogs perhaps won't make the 1080p/60fps on PS4 or Xbox One.

Not according to Ubisoft, however.

At a German Ubisoft event, Golem.de said that Ubisoft talked openly about the fact that Watch Dogs would be 1080p/60fps on PS4. 

Why has Sony removed the information from their website, then? We don't know. 

Perhaps the suggestion that Watch Dogs won't be 1080p/60fps on Xbox One is false and it is this that has caused Sony to edit the text?

It's possible, but we'd be surprised, given Ubisoft's apparent reluctance to make any comment on the Xbox One version of Watch Dogs.


Edited by martin vegas - 5/13/14 at 3:23pm
post #4295 of 4571
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Basically any game running or medium-ultra settings. Especially ultra. Makes TLOU look like trash. Look at Crysis running on Ultra on PC. Not to mention The Last of Us runs at 25-28fps. On a PC you can get 60fps.


Crysis looks awful, sure it has high rez textures okay textures and above average AA but good lord is it ugly, looking back at some of the screens I had saved from it; visually it just does nothing it's just brown and mud with grain.. Definitely a game where "Technically" looking great over shadowed actual art direction; is that your one example? I'm seriously hard pressed to find games that just with out a doubt actually blow TLoU out of the water; I'm not saying its the greatest looking game ever...but the claim you seem to be trying to make is falling flat very fast.


Edited by WhiteCrow - 5/13/14 at 5:03pm
post #4296 of 4571

900p.

 

They issued a statement today to clear everything up.

 

http://www.destructoid.com/watch-dogs-is-900p-on-playstation-4-792p-on-xbox-one-274792.phtml

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post #4298 of 4571
Running an R9 290 here with a core i7 and 16GB of RAM in quad channel mode at 2560x1440 on an overclocked 120hz monitor and getting about 80-120 fps on most games maxed out. I don't think any console will even remotely interest me for the time being! Although there are a few PS only games that I'd love to be able to play..
post #4299 of 4571
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Running an R9 290 here with a core i7 and 16GB of RAM in quad channel mode at 2560x1440 on an overclocked 120hz monitor and getting about 80-120 fps on most games maxed out. I don't think any console will even remotely interest me for the time being! Although there are a few PS only games that I'd love to be able to play..

Well, the thing with "next-gen" consoles is that they're never on par with the best current gen PCs on the market but they aren't really meant coz not many parents will be willing to buy a $2000-3000 console for their kids. Aside from that a real gamer's interest is not in the best of the best graphics - it's the games. And unfortunately like you've noticed a lot of great games are console exclusives - that's why I'll always own at least one console sitting next to my pc - coz I can't miss a great game just because it doesn't have supersampling, 4k resolution etc.

post #4300 of 4571
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Originally Posted by amigomatt View Post

Running an R9 290 here with a core i7 and 16GB of RAM in quad channel mode at 2560x1440 on an overclocked 120hz monitor and getting about 80-120 fps on most games maxed out. I don't think any console will even remotely interest me for the time being! Although there are a few PS only games that I'd love to be able to play..
Well, the thing with "next-gen" consoles is that they're never on par with the best current gen PCs on the market but they aren't really meant coz not many parents will be willing to buy a $2000-3000 console for their kids. Aside from that a real gamer's interest is not in the best of the best graphics - it's the games. And unfortunately like you've noticed a lot of great games are console exclusives - that's why I'll always own at least one console sitting next to my pc - coz I can't miss a great game just because it doesn't have supersampling, 4k resolution etc.
Sure and also given that gaming is actually a secondary use for my computer, with its primary duties being music production and less so video production.

Still though, at the resolutions, even older games look amazing and play so great and 100+ fps - games such as Dirt 2, NFS Shift, Fallout 3/New Vegas. I used to get motion sickness quite often playing certain games but since my graphics card upgrade, the higher frame rate has alleviated most of that for me.

Gameplay is important of course, but running these resolutions and frame rates is pretty jaw dropping at times. Some scenes in Crysis 3, BF4, Grid 2, Metro etc. look just stunning and very, very impressive.
post #4301 of 4571

Yeah, resolution definitely plays a factor. Fps IMO not so much - for me 3-40 is totalyy acceptable and after 60 it's pointless. Actually there are times I prefer 30 coz it looks a bit more natural like a movie, otherwise it's like the Hobbit on HFR 3D - very immersion breaking for me.

post #4302 of 4571
I didn't think there was any point to resolutions above 60 until I saw with my own eyes what 120hz looks like. The mouse pointer on my desktop looks jerky in 60hz having come from 120hz and it really opens up a certain look with fast motion in games that cannot be seen at 60hz. 60hz is still fine of course, but try nearer 100 or above, you really can see the difference. I know that technically it is beyond the 'frame rate' of our visual system, but so is 60hz. Our eyes can still quite obviously detect the differences though, especially where there's fast motion involved.
post #4303 of 4571
Most films are shown at the standard 24fps, which gives them that certain film look, definitely not natural. Motion at the cinema is jerky, it's only 24fps.
post #4304 of 4571

Well, I actually returned one 120hz TV afer less than a week coz I just couldn't get used to it. Even at just above 40 fps things start too look weird and my immersion is ruined. YMMV coz it's totally possible that years of 25-30fps in movies and games have set my brain to accept everything above as unrealistic and that just destroys my immersion - for my brain it feels like I'm watching a behind the scenes video and not a movie or a game. Like I said it's the same with movies - some people claimed HFR looked so great and realistic but there's no force in the universe that can make me see another movie like that.


Edited by kova4a - 5/14/14 at 5:14pm
post #4305 of 4571
Fair enough. We all have our tastes and our brains very likely prefer things presented in ways different to others. The same goes for sounds information too, hence headfi!

Happy listening/watching/gaming!

I must admit, I prefer my movies at 24fps. I remember getting a Samsung HD TV and everything looked to 'real' and not film like. I realised that by default, some sort of smooth motion was turned on our of the box. I went through the settings, found it and disabled it and hey presto, that classic slightly jerky film look again. Glad I found it as I was nearly ready to return the set!
Edited by amigomatt - 5/14/14 at 5:23pm
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