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60FPS confirmed for next-gen F1 2014

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of future F1 titles will run at 60 frames per second and boast improved physics over the current-gen versions, Codemasters has revealed.

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amnalehu949d ago

Now if I could only play this with the Oculus Rift or PS Virtual reality headset...

abzdine949d ago

i remember the exclusive Sony F1 launch title game on PS3 was AMAZING, i only had the demo and i think i have played it over 100 times.
the rain effect is the best one i have never seen before Heavy Rain

pete007949d ago

sorry, but at the time it was the only game we actually could see something next gen on sony side, apart the 25;30 fps sub hd, prety much like pgr3, wich had a powerfull online rewarding and vicious competitive system

RVanner_949d ago

Too right, so it should be.

pwnsause_returns949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

sweet. thats going to be a treat.

WillM17949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

60 fps should be confirmed for all next-gen games

bumnut949d ago

Its not possible, as time goes on the following sacrifices will have to be made-

1. less fps
2. lower resolution
3. less detail

JimmyLmao949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

eh.. i'd take full HD 1080p over 60fps any day

but 1080p 60fps would be nice =)

im glad most developers are choosing 1080p and at least 30fps (aiming for 60) for most games on PS4

memots949d ago

1080p is nice yes , But 60fps is not important.

sourav93949d ago

I'm pretty sure the next gen consoles would be able to run F1 games ove 60fps. Then again, there's no need, is there? I ran F1 2012 at max settings over 100fps with a GTX 570. Of course, this could also mean that F1 2014 will have much more graphical features compared to it's predecessors.

nirwanda949d ago

The reality is that games run smoother when they frame rate matches the display which is why console games should try to lock at 60fps as it generally matches the display.
Movies are filmed at 24fps usally which is why tvs now have a 24htz mode as its smoother.

Kleptic949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

^that 24p mode is actually not 'smoother'...which is the point...

Films recorded at 24 fps have a significant amount of 'judder', that many people actually prefer...however, not one digital TV can actually refresh at 24hz...the 24p mode is available on Tv's with 120hz or more refresh rates...120 frames is divisible by 24 without any 'runts'...so the tv can step the source video a certain way to retain that look/feel of analog filmed movies...The TV can just recreate each frame 5 times, and only display 24 different frames per second...exactly how the original film was printed...

without the 24p processing...120hz stuff looks creepy smooth...and a lot of people seem to hate that...just wanted to clarify, thats all...

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