Any Xbox One game which is both 1080p and 60fps

#1SuperSuikodenPosted 2/17/2014 6:11:01 AM
Any or just either?
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#2FadingLightsPosted 2/17/2014 6:13:56 AM
Forza 5. However, this was achieved through last gen graphical textures, lighting, etc.

Xbox One is definitely capable of 1080p @ 60fps, it's just that when it's a graphically intensive game, like with multiplats, it can't keep pace then, all the while the PS4 version is handling better resolution and/or framerate.
#3SuperSuikoden(Topic Creator)Posted 2/17/2014 6:15:28 AM
FadingLights posted...
Forza 5. However, this was achieved through last gen graphical textures, lighting, etc.

Xbox One is definitely capable of 1080p @ 60fps, it's just that when it's a graphically intensive game, like with multiplats, it can't keep pace then, all the while the PS4 version is handling better resolution and/or framerate.


Thanks for response.
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#4Kupo_Mog_KupoPosted 2/17/2014 6:17:04 AM
We know that while the Xbox One isn't as powerful it's also harder to work on than PS4. There are multiple games that are 1080p and 60 fps and also multiple games that are one or the other. More so the latter than the former.
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#5mewmew42Posted 2/17/2014 6:27:57 AM
Yeah forza looks amazing.much better than need for speed rivals

Saying that besides tomb raider and MGS GZ, any other ps4 titles at 1080p/60fps?
Nope

This is the irony of this so called powerful ps4,
2nd son will only be 30fps
Pirates creed was not 1080p 60fps

This illusion that all ps4 games is 1080p 60fps is a sick joke.

I rather have fun gameplay of titanfall rather than 30fps 2nd son, git gud sony
#6TheGam3925Posted 2/17/2014 6:30:39 AM
Kupo_Mog_Kupo posted...
We know that while the Xbox One isn't as powerful it's also harder to work on than PS4. There are multiple games that are 1080p and 60 fps and also multiple games that are one or the other. More so the latter than the former.


Harder to program for and less powerful.
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#7FadingLightsPosted 2/17/2014 6:31:24 AM
SuperSuikoden posted...
Thanks for response.


No problem, mate.
#8Orange_ApplesPosted 2/17/2014 6:33:11 AM
Why is it that we talk about resolution and framerate we never talk about sports games? What are Madden, FIFA and NBA 2K14 running at?

Is LEGO Marvel Super Heroes running 1080p 60fps?
#9Kupo_Mog_KupoPosted 2/17/2014 6:33:49 AM
TheGam3925 posted...
Kupo_Mog_Kupo posted...
We know that while the Xbox One isn't as powerful it's also harder to work on than PS4. There are multiple games that are 1080p and 60 fps and also multiple games that are one or the other. More so the latter than the former.


Harder to program for and less powerful.


Do you just like to repeat what people say or did you just not read it?
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#10Z24_360Posted 2/17/2014 6:35:30 AM
FadingLights posted...
Forza 5. However, this was achieved through last gen graphical textures, lighting, etc.

Xbox One is definitely capable of 1080p @ 60fps, it's just that when it's a graphically intensive game, like with multiplats, it can't keep pace then, all the while the PS4 version is handling better resolution and/or framerate.


Also they need to start optimizing their SDK's for DX 11.2. Ive seen some pretty impressive demos of Tiled Resources which is exclusive to the Xbox One and Windows 8.1 systems. I would just give the Xbox one team some time to work out the bugs, it will happen.
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