Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Run At “4K”/30fps On PS4 PRO And Xbox One X, 60fps Also Available

Capcom is targeting a "high frame rate" for the base Xbox One and PS4.

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masterfox150d ago

Well since I have a Full HD TV, a PS4 pro and no plans getting a 4k tv probably until PS5 will definitely get the benefit of the Super sampling mode, this PS4 pro mode adds so much to almost all or all games, higher framerate, super clean image and no jaggies at all. :D

angelsx150d ago

I'll play in 4K HDR enabled

Bahamut150d ago

4K HDR on an OLED TV...
The only thing that comes CLOSE to that visual quality is "real-life"...

DarkVoyager150d ago

“4K HDR on an OLED TV...
The only thing that comes CLOSE to that visual quality is "real-life"

I recently got an OLED TV myself and the picture quality and viewing angle is amazing. I’ll never look at LED/QLED the same.

mikeslemonade150d ago

4k and 60 frames on high setting on my PC. PS Poor and XBOX 720 loses.

Babadook7150d ago

@mike. The problem with pc is there are no guarantees when it comes to performance.

Dragonscale149d ago

@mikes, well at least you didn't have to port beg for this one lol.

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neutralgamer1992150d ago (Edited 150d ago )


I am with you right now is not the time for 4k but by Ps5 I would definitely like to have a 4k TV. 2020 is the year when 4k tv's will have close to half of the market share

Sayai jin150d ago

Look for tech to change a lot by 2020 as far as tv's.

neutralgamer1992150d ago

I think pricing will be better and like you said there maybe other tech improvements

sprinterboy150d ago

Agree buddy, I'm basically getting my 4k TV the week before ps5 comes out, hopefully in and around black Friday, already have a nice £1000 saved up so I'm hoping maybe a high end tv from 2019 is around that mark.

Kaze24150d ago

I got a 4k hdr tv already for my X1X and it looks sweet, by 2020 8k tvs will be starting to emerge as the next step.. I'll be more than ready for the Xbox II.

Kyizen150d ago

4K ia dirt cheap right now and worth it. There are other features that are expensive like 240hz or OLED that will come down in price by PS5 but no reason to not get 4K by now...

2pacalypsenow150d ago (Edited 150d ago )

Seeing as there’s close to no 8k content and it took 4 years from the 1st 4k tv hitting the market for 4k Blu Ray to release. Don’t hold your breath.

Sayai jin149d ago

All of my TV'S are 4k and I upgraded my 1080P projector to a 4k one.

Look into HDFury Linker. It does wonders for all types of resolutions.

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Knushwood Butt150d ago

I'm in the same boat. My 7 year old 1080p 3D panel still works fine and still looks great to me, so no justification to replace it. I too have a Pro.

This year I invested in VR instead, which genuinely delivers a new gaming experience. Plus, I'm not even looking at my TV when using VR.

Having said that, at some point I would like a 55 inch HDR 4K OLED panel with low input latency.

Uken12150d ago

My regular PS4 is able to use HDR on my LG 4K tv. It actually looks amazing with some games. My brother lives with me (NYC) and he has a pro. We've hooked it up to the TV also. Honestly regular PS4 looks amazing also in comparison to the Pro. So you're gonna be good either way.

shauzy149d ago

it doesnt even look that different if you have a small tv (40inches and below)

Knushwood Butt149d ago

I've read that 55 inch is the minimum size to benefit from 4K

Neonridr149d ago

@Knushwood - how far you sit away from your TV definitely factors in to the equation as well, but I wouldn't even bother looking at a 4K TV unless you are at 55" or above (I have a 55" and sometimes wish I had splurged for a 65")

Knushwood Butt149d ago


I usually sit abput 2m from the TV.

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