GearNuke: "According to Ian Bell, Head of Studio at Slightly Mad Studios, Project Cars has "high" chance to run at 60 fps on the PS4. He also confirmed that they still aim to achieve 60 fps on both, the PS4 and Xbox One."
at what resolution?
1080p is their target.
Damn, really? If they pull that off then i will be very impressed.
@Lukas_Japonicus Well if it has Morpheus support already then, at a minimum, it has to run 1080/60fps.
Its entirely possible. Really its a matter of balancing the detail.
I believe that this game's graphics are focused in the cars models.
The environments are quite nice too. Maybe not the best but the in game photo mode can take some real looking pics. I'm glad it's coming to consoles. The beta on PC is amazing and I'm not a huge racing guy.
Perhaps you missed the official trailer released this week? http://youtu.be/zBLMscFP5ec Btw... in order to do graphics like this trailer in 1080p/60 on PS4, they're going to have to dumb it down a bit.
@AndrewLB: This official trailer was composed on PC/PS4 footage, so yeh, PS4 is already included :) Ian Bell: " PS4 and PC in that trailer as far as I know. PC was a single stock GTX 680."
I have no doubt they will reach 1080p 60fps on PS4 :)
I wouldn't hold your breath Xbone owners. You may get 60fps, but this game isn't going to run at its highest resolution on your console unless they downgrade it a lot. Need proof? Forza. That is all. Can't wait for the awesome PS4 release! This and drive club! Lots of great HD racing action coming for us!
I was disappointed at Forza 5, during E3 it was the greatest game I have ever seen, for a Forza 5 fan I was drooling, until the downgrade, the Videos clearly showed a downgrade on the environmental, lighting and shadows, main reason I opted for the PS4 at the start of this gen. Still play forza 4, best forza ever imo.
I like 4 and Horizon equally. Hoping the rumors about a Horizon 2 are true, but why would they make one when the first sold so poorly?
Agreed on Forza 4, best game in the series by far, imo. Forza 5 is a good game, i just think that it's just a step back from 4.
The irony is astonishing. Attack the Xbone for not being able to pull off 60 FPS without a downgrade and then go praise Drive Club which runs at 30FPS because the console struggled to display both the desired framerate of 60FPS and the high resolution car models... This is all coming from a Sony/Nintendo fan who dislikes hypocrisy.
I feel ya bro. XD
But at least DriveClub wont be downgraded right? because don't we all hate false advertisement :/.
Can any of you provide a link to the article or story where the frame rate and/or resolution was confirmed for Drive Club prior to the recent 1080p/30 fps confirmation? Just wanted to get some tangible info, as what you are all claiming is very compelling. As I remember, they were targeting 1080p @ 60 fps, but never confirmed that to be final. I could be wrong.
The flack for the xbone not reaching 1080/60 doesn't just come from every game. It's only relevant when the same game is coming out on ps4 and it under performs when both are compared.
It's a racing game, they have no excuse I'd understand if the consoles were too weak to run something like BF4 at very high 1080p 60fps (which they are), but racing games are about as unintensive as it gets.
Actually, when designing a racing game, you have to carefully design the course's interaction with the high resolution model cars' physics, lighting and reflections. And I say "cars" because all of them count, unless you're playing time trials and such game modes. Though I agree that 60FPS should be the designers' choice from the very beginning, as 30FPS on a racing game is unacceptable.
Can you really compair an unoptimised game engine made to run on every format including last gen that every man and his dog has complained about to anything. Let's be honest do you think bf4 made before even the dev kits were finalized will be the best engine of this gen.
Man when i look at this and Driveclub (trailers) then i watch Forza 5 gameplay i'm sorry but it doesn't look good TBH i see a lot of jaggies and the environment just looks like crap not to mention the lighting i'm sorry but its what i personally have observed. Turn 10 really downgraded that game to get1080p/60fps
Tbf it was a luanch title so they would have had to start making the game unsure what the final specs would actually be...
I find it really hard to understand why they can't code an engine to run at 60 FPS on the new consoles, that are essentially PCs, more so than ever before, with a good decade's worth of knowledge of coding available to them.
It's a trade off. The more visual effects you put into a game, the more processing time is needed, and that might mean it doesn't have the power to hit 60fps consistently. At that point the devs have to choice to either try to keep optimizing, cut back on the visuals, cut back on the resolution or cut back on the FPS. I believe they go for the FPS because you can't really see that in screen captures and trailers. But you definitely would notice the effects being cut back.
Well, the PS4 and Xbox One are more akin to high-end laptops from 2011-2012 than modern desktops, so that might have something to do with it.
Because they know people only care about gfx. You never see devs scale back games on consoles for performance. They know console gamers would rather have lower frame rate and resolution to get eye candy. And if not sucks for you. Theres not options or choice. They choose what to spoonfeed you
Yep only PS4 is obivous but Xbone on the other hand
I'm looking at those graphics and I'm thinking "if they can hit 1080p 60fps with that level of detail and graphics, why is the first party game-driveclub only 30fps?" There might be a reason but is anyone else wondering this...
Have you seen the environments in driveclub mate? They are extremely detailed, even more than project cars, perhaps that is the reason.. :)
Driveclub will be the odd one out from the AAA racing titles. GT, Project Cars,Forza = 60fps and then theres DC.
doesn't mean it won't be a good game. it looked awesome a year ago.