That said, Frozenbyte will “take another look at PS4 Pro” after launch.
That's pretty lazy, if I'm buying it on the Pro then i want the enhancements at launch, I don't want them weeks after when I've already finished the game... This is disappointing.
I think this is where next gen becomes interesting. Looking at the current games I am wondering how many ports the ps4 Pro will get compared to the xbox x. If most games are going to be 4k then I do wonder if alot will miss the pro mot long after the ps5 comes out but will be 4k 30fps on the X. Interesting times ahead.
Without any work needs doing on Xbox One X, Games will just use Dynamic Resolution across the entire Xbox consoles. This doesn't work with PlayStation 4 and Pro, they need to manually improve the resolution/framerate and graphics settings separately.
dont buy it at launch, easy
Oh...boo hoo. How will I ever recover from this horrible news?
Lame. No rush then.
Trine! Considering Trine 1,2,3 are on my backlog on PC there is no rush to buy/play #4 on PSN. Screwing over one platform gives me incentives to give you less money on Steam or PSN but you do you Frozenbyte. Smelling 80% off on this one.
Well since X has demanding open world games running in Native 4K like Far Cry 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2, you know that any other title that hits below Native 4K, it's not because X's lack of power but due to the laziness of the developer
I'll just wait until it's in a sale.
I don't think it's laziness or bias; developers always want their work to shine as brightly as it can on all platforms. Why on Earth would a developer show preferential treatment in regards to platform? I don't think bias is the case anyway. I think the Xbox One X's power made it easier for the developers to quickly analyze the situation with the platform and say "We can do this much, so this is what we're gonna do." Since they have less wiggle room with the Pro, they have to see how much they can do without hampering performance which is of the utmost importance. Resolution takes a back seat. Once they've figured out just how far they can go with the Pro version without hurting performance, they'll add Pro enhancements.
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