iWaggle3D gets in touch with Treyarch for a short and sweet Q&A about 3D support. The game appears to adopt a similar 3D technique to that used in Avatar: The Game (half resolution frames for each eye).
"This means the full 720p image" Black Ops is 720 p on the consoles? Or are they still referencing the Avatar comparison?
^^ Black Ops is indeed 720p on consoles
I hadnt seen that confirmed anywhere, which is unusually, expected a huge fuss would of been made over that, as the others were 600p. Got a link?
The community manager said so. I will dig up the link. Edit: Here it is, straight from the horse's mouth http://euesports.com/forum/... JD himself says 720P and 60 FPS. JD is an awesome community manager who answers a lot of questions. Note that this is confirmed for the 360 version. He guarantees the PS3 version is not a port, but it is handled by a different group. Note also that he doesn't confirm 720p and 60 FPS for the PS3 version.
Cheers, good to know they're working to improve their engine. Wouldnt worry about the PS3, the question was specifically about xbox and he basically gave the shortest answer possible. But if I were fussy, I'd of liked to have seen "native 720p".
"This means the full 720p image is eventually achieved by stretching and "overlapping" actual 640x720 or 1280x360 frames. 640x720 Xbox 360 1280x360 PS3 Treyarch delivers (blurness) again!
That refers to 3D mode only ;) And I guess you wont really notice that either.
You may be right, as COD is a 640p crap looking game in 2d. The 3d treatment is not that worst.
No compromises have to be made on PC. If your rig is good enough, you can run 3D with true 2560x1600 resolution. I'm using that resolution, but don't have 3D setup.
on an actual tv not on little screens
I have a Sony LX900 XBR 3D set , a PS3 and a 360 so I'm going with the PS3 version because it's getting Real 3D not Arkam asylum GOTY 3D for 360
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