Submitted by sam_job 623d ago | news

PS4 High Specs Benefits In Golf Club Development: "Compute Shaders, Procedural Generation & More"

GP: HB Studios is currently working on The Golf Club for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game is schedule to launch in Spring 2014. We recently got in touch with HB Studios' Anthony Kyne, and talked about how Playstation 4 high specs (Unified Architecture, 8GB GDDR5 RAM and GGPU) has been helpful in development of The Golf Club. (PS4, The Golf Club)

Unreal01  +   623d ago
My most anticipated game. Next gen starts when this comes out.
lsujester  +   623d ago
I am a bit excited to see what a golf game can look like on these new consoles.
Immorals  +   623d ago
Doesn't look that great to me?
WeAreLegion  +   623d ago
That's why I posted it.
Sayburr  +   623d ago
I am looking forward to this game, I just hope the Xbox One can run the game...
imt558  +   623d ago
1080p confirmed on PS4!
Eonjay  +   623d ago
"...remember working on the Sega Mega Drive and Commodore Amiga where RAM was more precious than gold."

LOL... this made me smile.
XiSasukeUchiha  +   619d ago
PS4 can definitely achieve this!

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