No games = no sales Plain and simple
@Bennibop Nope, its your BS that is nonsense, you just don't understand anything i said, i couldn't care less about mp in those games, mp is worthless, SINGLE PLAYER is THE THING, you have great story, narrative, mystery, characters, cinematic, cut scenes, this is where those games matters, not some mp for fun... This is where sony SP exclusives shines and you do not need to pay mp for, yet you get the BEST part of those games, no addition cost, t...
Well funny you said that, cuz sony great games are like 99% times a single player game so you really don't need to pay for mp.
WAT It's more like old school fast fps, unreal tournament, quake etc.
Well it is mostly the same sdk as xone, so no hassle either way, if you even don't change anything it will just work.
Well, they shouldn't end the game when it was half way thru story, the moment it really got very interesting, but that was the end, i was just WAT, wasted potential.
Nope, if it was that easy you would have a pirated system with any game available and this chip just don't work like that, if i understand correctly you need to buy, a game and then share with friends, it is nothing permanent, sony can just update the game making it mandatory update, so there would be no way of getting new games. And the rule of thumb is, if it can be patched, then it isn't proper method so = don't bother.
But none of that pc games have default 30 fps lock enabled at start and there is not reason to enable it for presentation purposes, 30 fps on pc is a backup option, no one want below 60 on pc. if it was recorder at 30 fps but played 60, then it would be noticeable. On pc there is just very low probability that someone will lock on 30 not 60. But i have found a copy of this video and it runs 30 fps, looks like it was xbox one, not a pc.
If this is a proper pc game then there wont be any 30 fps lock and to lock it in 30 fps you would need to change some options in gpu driver or in game, but most pc games arent locked 30 fps in the default settings. If it really was pc version and it was locked 30 fps then that would be very strange, but you could not tell if it was pc or xbox one in that situation. But if it was 60 fps, then it is almost pc version confirmed.
Can't see the video anymore, but if it is 60 fps then it would pc confirmed.
Then the video would be surely 60 fps, cant check it now.
Well XBOX ONE X will, it is ready to support hdmi 2.1 and VRR mode, not sure about ps4 pro, but i really doubt any developer will support 120 fps when VRR drops in. Disclaimer, vrr has nothing do to with fps cap but it is likely that VRR tvs will have more than 60 fps support. There are already 120, even 200 hz tv. You can also connect any HDMI monitor, 120, 144fps, but at the end of the day, console and game must support anything above 60 fps.
It will be the same as ps4 pro, they will not fully utilize it, instead they will do the easiest thing they can, just "upscale" to as close as possible to 4k and they are done. All that power wasted on "4k", on ps4 pro there is even more emerging problem, users of 1080p screens are not getting anything at all, not even downsample to 1080p from whatever mode is PRO using on 4k display.
Well they changed a lot, but overall i think it looks even slightly better, more refined and realistic, i assume this was intended.
Neonridr sorry but you are completely wrong, do not compare NV tflops data to AMD tflops figures, xbox one x has an AMD chip and according to AMD 6 tflops on pc is around RX 480/580 gpus, THAT'S IT. Actually NVIDIA for their GPUs have a lot less TFlops in specification, but in reality GTX 1070 is much more powerful in games than rx 480/580 and yet it is ranked by NV as only 6.5 TFLOPs, not much more than rx480/580. So please do not compare apple to or...
Cuz m$ wanted to spend 2 BILLIONS USD on minecraft instead of creating like 15 exclusives lol
" it doesn't mean that it can read a bigger disc. " Well actually yes, it means it can read bigger disc as UHD movies can be larger (and many are) than 50GB, so at least 100GB BD support is there cuz UHD BD has a max of 100GB in specification and any BD UHD drive need to support it. Not sure where it leaves the first xbox one, but probably only 50GB BD, so i f they will use 50gb+ BD disk it will only be supported on S and X and that means fo...
Well if it doesn't look that at launch it will never look like that.
I play on pc i would never buy a wired only controller.
Remaster, crash trilogy is remaster also.
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