Destiny 2 has already been rumored to be coming out in 2017, now whether it's a full fledged sequel or just a major add on to Destiny is the interesting question.
game is a solid 8-8.5 for me, I'm level 16, I've noticed the main missions have started throwing more purple and yellow bar enemies at me requiring a more tactical and thought out approach as opposed to going in guns blazing. DZ I went in once with a group of people, found it relatively barren with just higher level purple/yellow enemies.
PVE almost certainly can but Dark Zone I think will be tough without a squad
wow that was fast
let's hope in their quest for 1080p/60 they don't forget about story and gameplay, cough...Rage...cough
They are both 1080p/60 but both use dynamic resolution with the xbox one using it more aggressively.
Well I'm biased towards loot based games (Diablo, Borderlands, Destiny) so these are my reasons for being excited:
1)TPS RPG is a breath of fresh air
2)Matchmaking for everything (looking at you Destiny)
3)NYC 1:1 recreation is pretty damn cool
4)Crafting and weapons/gear/skills are fully customizable, in fact I'm not sure what you CAN'T customize.
This being said, I'm still cautious after the year 1 Destiny debacle.
enough of the timed exclusive DLC nonsense, nobody is buying a console because of a month head start on DLC
30 days? hardly matters.
they had some good sales for it over the holidays
5g = 5ghz band on wifi which can transmit higher data transmission rates and less congested traffic, the PS4 doesn't support 5ghz wifi, only 2.4 which almost all devices use is what I meant to say. I've run the test speeds and 5ghz is much faster then 2.4
only hardwire for me as well, ps4 doesn't support 5g wireless which is the faster signal from my TWC router so I have to use wired or get 10mbps :|
I thought the Taken King was a huge step forward but since then we've just gotten crickets from Bungie. Not good.
lately for me, arkham knight with all dlc takes up 78gb, GTA V, the Witcher 3, fallout 4 and MGS V all take up a ton of space. I have a crazy backlog of games I need to finish so I have to keep them installed. Most of them are also digital purchases and I'd rather keep them installed rather then having to download them again. Physical games I usually delete off if I'm done with it or don't have the time to play yet.
wow 6.4gb? That's great, I hope games are getting smaller and smaller in size otherwise I need to upgrade from 1tb to 2tb sooner rather than later
ubisoft mishandling something? I am shocked!
It is definitely better than where it was at launch, the multimedia features I really wish PS4 had some of them. However the hardware limitations on multi-platform games are the main reason I don't feel the need to own one yet despite the solid exclusives.
Still an underdog, this article offers nothing, yes it's better than where it was at launch but still underdog to PS4.
They key word is "aiming" for platform parity. I've heard this from developers before only to have the PS4 version end up being the better looking one so I won't hold my breath here. My prediction is 1080p for PS4, 900p for Xbone.
Could careless if they're both 1080p/60 fps if the game sucks. Ghosts was 1080p/60 fps on PS4 and the game was terrible, I don't play graphics or framerate.