To sum it up. It's not the 80's anymore.
Next article should be: Why PlayStation 5 will have major advantages over the Scorpio.
Problem by calling it upscaling is that people will think it's the same as on your TV or a Xbox One Slim. It's upscaling alright but much more advanced.
Remastered visuals? It looks like a HD port.
Bethesda has for years made fun but buggy as hell games. So I'm not taking their word for much. But Sony need to make a statement on WHY.
There are many reasons. Everything from a bad press event to the same problem as with VR. You cant show what it's about over YouTube. And when Sony had probably the worst press conference in years it's a receipt for what is happening right now.
And then we ofc have the fanboys and the gaming press that will generate way more clicks and revenue with articles that fires up people. It's the oldest trick in the book and people fall for it every time.
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Then buy a PC. Consoles are mainly 30 fps devices with a few exceptions. And moving over to 4K it will continue to be like that for the foresable future.
Yeah but you sound like a nice ground leveled PC gamer. My snarky comment at the start was to the the angry self entitled group.
Thankfully they are a minority :)
Like you I can look at Steam's hardware survey. So let's just leave it at that. You know where the door is.
To bad I just got a 1080p monitor and cant see the difference. Time to upgrade...
When it comes to my points they are either from the developers themselves or from the only source of reliable information second from Sony regarding technical information. Namely DigitalFoundry. If the points are valid or of importance is up to each person ofc :)
1: DigitalFoundry talked to NaughtyDog and there will be at launch possible to play The Last of Us in [email protected]
I think allot of elite PC fanboys are butthurt by the PS4Pro. Here you have a console that will make 4K mainstream at a speed the PC community can just dream of.
Sure it's mostly upscaled to 4K with the ocasional native 4K games like The Last of Us. But it's a technic that is getting close to the native image without a big power consumption and quality loss. And is one of the reasons industry leading DigitalFoundry is really impressed with what they saw after 3h of ...
I've actually been considering this since I also have a nice gaming PC. But so far I cant find any 4K gaming monitors that has HDR? I'm reading a little that its coming and soon.
But so far it's litt news and info around this... and that takes me to something I've been wondering for a while. I have the GTX1080 and I recall it saying it supports HDR. But are games supporting HDR on PC as of now?
And here are 6 reasons to buy an PlayStation4 Pro instead of a Xbox One S.
1: Play games in 4K. Either native or upscaled using checkerboard rendering with little quality loss.
2: Old games can look and play better. Even if you dont have a 4K TV.
3: PlayStation is the only console with VR. PSVR will get a boost in performance and visual fidelity on PS4Pro.
4: Remote play in 1080p and with streaming at 60 fps in 1080p to YouTube and 4K screenshots....
I have a 1080p TV and I will get a PS4Pro for the boost in several games. But also because I want a 4K TV and the PS4Pro is most defiantly make me buy one sooner then planed.
I dont think it will matter. Nintendo will most likely if the rumors are true be very different from what Sony and Microsoft are delivering and focusing on.
Gaming and Paradise Hotell are starting to have allot in common. Where is all this anger coming from..?
Horrible comparison pictures.
Yeah you have to go up in size to get the most out of a 4K TV. But I'd recon if you sit close as some do with their console setups that you could go with a smaler size?
Just as games like Battlefield 1 running on a GTX1080 dont drastically change gameplay or at all compared to the PS4 version. It's visual more pleasing on PC tho. As will PS4Pro games be compared to PS4 and XBO.
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