To ensure maximum authenticity, the environment has been laser-scanned and meticulously recreated at 1080p and 60fps. In comparison, the PS4 exclusive Drive Club looked remarkably last-gen - with muddy textures and the demo riddled with environmental 'pop up'.
It's just terrific that Forza is running at 60ps, but they've been cutting corners to get that frame rate since the franchises' inception. I don't play racing games, but the sterile tracks without weather patterns or night racing seem to be omissions that get bigger and bigger when the competition does them. I know it's just a launch title, but still; What is it improving on?
I'm confused, US Gamer says Driveclub is the most fun out of the three racing games they tried in E3. Which is better in everyone's opinion, the one that is most fun, or the one with the most graphical fidelity? --- http://i.imgur.com/4oPKFbf.jpg