Dev: PS4 Pro Won’t Hold Back Scorpio – Project Scorpio 60FPS PR Catch 22

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  1. i had a 980ti 1080 titan xp and now 1080ti. ive ran hundreds of benchmarks on each of these cards on my i7 4770k. and in no way is 95% of the games cpu bound not even close. i truly believe the scorpio is on par with a 1080gtx based on the performance we are seeing and have seen by game demos and digital foundry breakdown of forza. Given that i also believe 60 fps true 4k is possible in many games but not all. I also believe many developers wont even try because it will be easier to just use their scalable engine add 4k textures and draw distances to scorpio and call it a day and not optimize much. in a couple years i believe we will have seen engines that are fine tuned for scorpio and just pump out 60fps 4k, but MP will be help back to 30fps for parity reasons no matter what. The truth is i upgraded from 1080 to achieve 60fps 4k. Keep in mind in no way are pc games optimized.. just based on pre alpha game demos im already seing 1080gtx like performance out of the XXX. But it is a bit of a leap to get to 1080ti performance and i dont think we are going to see rock steady 60fps 4k on a majority of games.

    however i expect to see amazing looking games at or near true 4k on XBOX one X for $500.That is truly a good thing.

    disclaimer. i do not own xbox or playstation anything……

  2. I think, n many cases, ppl who say they can't c the dif between 30-60fps say that Bc they r on console. They can't swap settings like that on the fly. The only way to look at the dif would b to throw Destiny n, then throw, say, overwatch n and play it. But it's more difficult to notice the dif Bc it's two separate games, and u hafta swap discs and all that. It's much easier to c when u can just go to settings and change it on ur pc. Just a possibility. Idk. But, yeah, it's more likely that the "X" gets held back for parity with the Xbox One (especially for multiplayer games) rather than being held back Bc of the Pro. All this bs is y I haven't bought a "mid generation upgrade" yet. And I most likely won't buy one at all. New hardware will b out n a couple years and then I'll consider it. That or maybe move back to pc if my financial situation can support it by then.

  3. I'd like to have more choices. Rise of the Tomb Raider lets you choose… 4k, better graphics, better frame rate. Right? I don't have it, but I'm pretty sure. 😛

  4. Actually, from everything I've been hearing, implies all console versions of Destiny 2, will run at 30 FPS across the board sigh.Also yea, I think Sony, as well as MS need to make a rule, unless It's like a pure adventure game or something, games have to run at 60 FPS before putting any effort into resolution, and graphics, period.

  5. Depends on the install base. If there are more PS4 Pros out there, why would they bother increasing graphic quality on the XBox Scorpio? I swear The Red Dragon is an XBox fanboy.

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Dev: PS4 Pro Won’t Hold Back Scorpio – Project Scorpio 60FPS PR Catch 22

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  1. i had a 980ti 1080 titan xp and now 1080ti. ive ran hundreds of benchmarks on each of these cards on my i7 4770k. and in no way is 95% of the games cpu bound not even close. i truly believe the scorpio is on par with a 1080gtx based on the performance we are seeing and have seen by game demos and digital foundry breakdown of forza. Given that i also believe 60 fps true 4k is possible in many games but not all. I also believe many developers wont even try because it will be easier to just use their scalable engine add 4k textures and draw distances to scorpio and call it a day and not optimize much. in a couple years i believe we will have seen engines that are fine tuned for scorpio and just pump out 60fps 4k, but MP will be help back to 30fps for parity reasons no matter what. The truth is i upgraded from 1080 to achieve 60fps 4k. Keep in mind in no way are pc games optimized.. just based on pre alpha game demos im already seing 1080gtx like performance out of the XXX. But it is a bit of a leap to get to 1080ti performance and i dont think we are going to see rock steady 60fps 4k on a majority of games.

    however i expect to see amazing looking games at or near true 4k on XBOX one X for $500.That is truly a good thing.

    disclaimer. i do not own xbox or playstation anything……

  2. I think, n many cases, ppl who say they can't c the dif between 30-60fps say that Bc they r on console. They can't swap settings like that on the fly. The only way to look at the dif would b to throw Destiny n, then throw, say, overwatch n and play it. But it's more difficult to notice the dif Bc it's two separate games, and u hafta swap discs and all that. It's much easier to c when u can just go to settings and change it on ur pc. Just a possibility. Idk. But, yeah, it's more likely that the "X" gets held back for parity with the Xbox One (especially for multiplayer games) rather than being held back Bc of the Pro. All this bs is y I haven't bought a "mid generation upgrade" yet. And I most likely won't buy one at all. New hardware will b out n a couple years and then I'll consider it. That or maybe move back to pc if my financial situation can support it by then.

  3. I'd like to have more choices. Rise of the Tomb Raider lets you choose… 4k, better graphics, better frame rate. Right? I don't have it, but I'm pretty sure. 😛

  4. Actually, from everything I've been hearing, implies all console versions of Destiny 2, will run at 30 FPS across the board sigh.Also yea, I think Sony, as well as MS need to make a rule, unless It's like a pure adventure game or something, games have to run at 60 FPS before putting any effort into resolution, and graphics, period.

  5. Depends on the install base. If there are more PS4 Pros out there, why would they bother increasing graphic quality on the XBox Scorpio? I swear The Red Dragon is an XBox fanboy.

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