Bethesda Softworks has finally decided to implement PS4 Pro support for their recently released first person shooter, Prey.
Finally I was expecting that with Dishonored 2 but none what's so ever!
Better late than never lol
There is a new Prey game and its out NOW? You learn something new everyday I guess.
And it's fantastic
One step forward, two steps back.
Im still hearing the framerate and drifting is still broken on ps4. Last product i ever buy from Bathesda
Sounds like you didn't buy as your hearing and not playing
I had no problems through the 26 hour compain
LOL dude i do own the game. Check the forums:
Damn you blew through that. I was in the mid 40s by the time I finished.
I feel like Prey is Arkanes Mad Max Where Dishonored 2 is Their Just Cause 3.
Two games worked on by the same dev but probably different teams released not that far apart.
1 Runs amazing on pc while the other has performance issues.
I think clearly the team that worked on Prey were the one behind Dishonored Part 1
Just like how Mad Max was worked on by the team who made Just Cause 2.
That's what I felt too, prey was definatley their A team.
Why is this tagged for the PC and XBOX sections?
^ and that no one really pays attention to that stuff when approving anymore
Game should have been 60fps.
I'm playing on PC, at 60fps and just has such a better feel to it.
Don't get me wrong 30fps is fine as long as it's 100% 30fps.
Not on the disc.
Framerate and framepacing is broken.
Well it's about goddamn time.
Now that it finally has a pro patch and one that's not just a basic resolution bump when the base game's visuals on console were nothing to write home about, now I can start looking at prices for it. I honestly did not expect them to enable screen space reflections and stuff like higher shadows considering how late this patch is. Expected a basic 1440p bump with all the original console assets and effects.
Picked this up today for my pro. Hoping for a good experience as I could of got it on pc. My fingers are crossed.
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