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PS4 Assassin's Creed 4 1080p patch analysed in-depth

Digital Foundry: "With next generation tools and system resources often in a state of flux before the final hardware is ready for release, game development continues right down to the wire, in some cases with last-minute optimisations and graphical tweaks completed after a title's master disc has been pressed and duplicated for the final release. The end result is that some launch titles are effectively finished via the release of patches and updates designed to fix various bugs and glitches, or to improve noticeable performance issues - as we saw recently with Call of Duty: Ghosts."

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TheLostCause949d ago

I think it's 720p, not 100% sure though, it could be 900p.

GarrusVakarian949d ago

Hasn't been confirmed yet, which is weird seeing as its out tomorrow for the X1.

pyramidshead949d ago

900p I think. No plan for a 1080p patch.

angelsx949d ago

Was't the game 60fps on ps4?

GarrusVakarian949d ago

SP is 30fps and MP is 60fps i believe....

LonChaneyTV949d ago

The hell happened to the lighting, characters, and backdrop detail?

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The game before looked better than this.

AlexanderNevermind949d ago

Looking forward to some face-offs now that the X1 is out.

3-4-5949d ago

So this is the game we all thought ac3 would be?

I'm hesitant to get suckered in again.

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GarrusVakarian949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

YouTube is a really poor way to compare seeing as native 1080p on YouTube is non existent.

On your HDTV's, this will look amazing.

What's with the 70's "adult movie" music playing over the video?
Lol.

cpayne93949d ago

Yeah... there's absolutely no point to show this on youtube. Can't even tell a difference.

TheLostCause949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

Couldn't tell much of a difference because the video quality is pretty poor... It's a no brainer that 1080p will be far more detailed and sharper though when you see it on an actual HD TV and not a compressed video.

kneon949d ago

I can barely see any differences, there are just too many compression artifacts messing up both sides.

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