Quite a few YouTubers were granted a chance to try and record Watch_Dogs during an event last week in Paris, and the embargo just fell, causing a veritable flood of footage.
Added a few more videos as they pop up :D
Omg, there's two of them! ^^^^^ RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
did you notice the video from playstation acess the downtown of Chicado had 0 pedrestrians but if you slow down the game starts to render them.
Highly agreed, cannot wait, this month has taken forever anticipating the release, seems longer than the wait since last year, at least I have Wolfenstein to play until it releases which has turned out to be quite the amazing game.
This game is going to benefit a lot from TXAA.
1080p feeds of 900p game.... It looks okay. I do believe that Ubisoft could have done much better but wanted to turn the whole game into a multiplayer game. It's the always active multiplayer elements that, IMHO, hold back the single player potential.
It's not the small multiplayer feature that detracts from the single player potential. The real culprit of the "downgrade" debacle is the refusal to abandon PS3 and Xbox 360
I will agree with this as well. Or, the refusal to "leave them behind" as opposed to attempting to maintain some sort of parity among them.
1080p is superior if its just a video feed. You get what you get when it comes to a game. Resolution has nothing to do with graphics.
Stop talking please if you don't know anything.
My whole comment wasn't about resolution but the game as a whole. I believe they could have done much better on _many levels_ if they hadn't designed the single player world to be an always living multiplayer world. I'll ignore that you don't think resolution affects graphics.
"Resolution has nothing to do with graphics." Thats something dudebros say. :I Resolution has a lot to do with graphics. Does who say otherwise are just butthurt that their system isnt on par with systems that output a superior resolution of this game.
Resolution affects graphics, it gives you a clearer picture.
You're partially correct when you say that. All too often, I hear people bring up the topic of graphics and immediately point to the resolution of a game rather than the actual "graphics" themselves. Simply put, resolution is merely the clarity and crispness of an image. Graphics are things like TressFX, PhysX, volumetric fog, particle effects(something that Infamous:Second Son does astoundingly well) occulusion supplement(s), type of anti-aliasing, DDM(Dynamic Displacement Mapping), Tesselation, etc. Basically all the things that PC users such as myself turn on for shits-and-giggles. Resolution really has nothing to do with graphics AT ALL. A game can have amazing graphics but lack the best resolutions possible. Two great examples for the consoles are Killzone and Ryse: Son of Rome. Both of those games don't have the greatest of resolutions but BOTH have incredible graphical techniques within that hardly go appreciated at all. You guys should really stop tripping balls over resolution and focus on the graphical effects themselves. The Division gameplay demo at last year's E3 wasn't amazing due to it's resolution, it was amazing because never before had we seen so many 3D simulated graphical techniques work in tandem so perfectly(not to mention the character animations) The closest thing I can think of that looked anywhere near that good was the now infamous E3 2012 demo of Watch Dogs. So yea...that's just my 2¢.
Resolution is a property of the graphics on screen and has a definite and obvious effect. All of the visual aspects you see are graphics, as they are visuals generated by the computer. Resolution is a part of that, it determines the clarity and precision of what you see at a pixel level. Much as all of the effects add detail or dynamics to a scene, resolution adds clairity.
900p is the native resolution the game is rendered in. 1080p is the upscaled resolution the of the output signal. You'll never see a 900p video of it unless its downscaled from the upscaled output which will make the overall quality worse.
I made that comment because people sell the 1080p videos as if they're going to be true representations of the game itself and that it suddenly makes them 1080p. The reality is, 1080p or 720p, you're not going to get that good of a representation of the game. But, hey, somehow we need to mention everywhere that they're 1080p videos that will totally represent what you will see in the game and not at all be muddied down due to compression.
Don't think the PS4 has an option to output at 900p? A 1080p feed is representative of what the game actually looks like, it's the output you actually get.
Direct Feed videos being shown on YouTube. Talk about missing the point.
It's still direct feed....
Which is then compressed and capped at 30FPS for YouTube. If you could download the original direct feed video uncompressed, then at least you could see how it actually performs.
The games capped to 30fps anyway, wouldn't make a difference performance wise.
So is it 30 fps on PS4 or??
I believe 900p30fps is the final on Watch Dogs on PS4.
Q: i heard that watch dogs will not run on dual core cpu including i3...so can i run watch dogs on i5 3337u dual core .. pls reply me :'(
They said you need a gtx670 for ultra rez and a quad core cpu to run this game.
Yes, it's true. The minimum required according Ubisoft : OS : Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7 (SP1) or Windows 8 (the game does not support 64-bit version!) Processor : Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 @ 2.66Ghz ou AMD Phenom II X4 940 @ 3.0Ghz RAM : 6 GB RAM Graphic Card : DirectX 11, with 1 GB Video RAM – Nvidia Geforce GTX 460 ou AMD Radeon HD 5770 These are the compatible cards right now : nVidia GeForce GTX460 ou better, GT500, GT600, GT700 series; AMD Radeon HD5850 or better, HD6000, HD7000, R7 et R9 series Intel Iris Pro HD 5200 DirectX : Version 11 Hardrive : 25 GB required Sound Card : DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with the latest drivers Notes : You got to be constantly connected to the internet, most probably Uplay.
* The game only supports 64-bit versions, not 32. Wouldn't make sense being the other way around. People with higher than 4 gigs of ram wouldn't even be able to utilize it, and considering they recommend 6..Though that's already been proven to be inaccurate, needing 6 that is.
Stapleface, You're right. My bad, I miss translated that. It's 64bits OS only.
By the way, if you want to know if you PC is able to run the game, you can try this site. You just have to choose the game and press "Can you run it". At the end of the test, it will also give you advice on how to configure your PC and what to change. http://www.systemrequiremen...
I think its the MP crap and the cross gen that is holding the game back.
It looks okey on ps4. To much pop ups everywhere. I really dont Think WD needs a 670 cards to run this in ultra settings. Im going to try my computer at max settings and test FPS and more.
Good to know I wasn't the only one who noticed all the pop up I understand open world games are hard to load, but some of that pop up is just insane!
I only have one fear with this game.the streets look empty,where r all the pedestrians
i dont know wat r u talking about. it does not look empty.AI looks great as well
Ahh yes, I see we're still talking about resolution and graphics and the game comes out in 5 days. The game looks very good even from these compressed videos and looks fun! That's all I care! Can't wait!
I agree the streets do look empty. Gta had more life than that even in the country side. Just bring gta to next gen. That is enough for me.
It runs smoothly. Nice.
I have the game. Loving it so far. If any one has any questions or requests just hit me up.
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