After graphics patch will it look as good as the pc version in max settings?

#1Louis275Posted 11/18/2013 9:56:08 AM
Wondering if I should get this for PC or wait for the patch? I have a Windows 8 Pro 64 bit with Ivy bridge intel core i7 3770k cpu @ 3.50 ghz (8 cpus),~ 3.5 ghz running an Radeon AMD 7950 hd graphics card. With Directx 11
#2marcthemagicbumPosted 11/18/2013 9:59:12 AM
Lol no.
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#3James_UptonPosted 11/18/2013 10:14:15 AM
It isn't a graphics patch, it only adds 180 pixels to the display and a slightly improved AA
#4dekouPosted 11/18/2013 10:22:52 AM
Just buy the PC version.
#5MoooglemanPosted 11/18/2013 10:55:17 AM(edited)
James_Upton posted...
It isn't a graphics patch, it only adds 180 pixels to the display and a slightly improved AA


stop spreading misinformation it adds about 1.2 million pixels

720p is roughly 900k pixels and 1080p is roughly 2.1 million pixels

basic math 720 vertically multiplied by the 1020 pixels across horizontally for 720

and 1920 horizontal for 1080 multiplied by the 1080 vertically


To answer the question though, no. New systems are like high end pcs from a few years ago pc will always have an edge.
#6PiratethingyPosted 11/18/2013 11:43:48 AM
Mooogleman posted...
James_Upton posted...
It isn't a graphics patch, it only adds 180 pixels to the display and a slightly improved AA


stop spreading misinformation it adds about 1.2 million pixels

720p is roughly 900k pixels and 1080p is roughly 2.1 million pixels

basic math 720 vertically multiplied by the 1020 pixels across horizontally for 720

and 1920 horizontal for 1080 multiplied by the 1080 vertically


To answer the question though, no. New systems are like high end pcs from a few years ago pc will always have an edge.


While it's clear he's not correctly interpreting the differences in resolution, it's also important to note that the game is not running at 720p right now, but somewhere closer to 900p. Therefore, the gap is a bit smaller than you might expect (but still larger than this 200 pixel nonsense).
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#7Pal 080Posted 11/18/2013 12:10:58 PM
Why did you even buy a launch PS4 if you have that kind of PC...? Is Killzone that good...? Everything else worth mentioning is multi-plat...
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#8MattyFresh34Posted 11/18/2013 12:11:07 PM
Mooogleman posted...
James_Upton posted...
It isn't a graphics patch, it only adds 180 pixels to the display and a slightly improved AA


stop spreading misinformation it adds about 1.2 million pixels

720p is roughly 900k pixels and 1080p is roughly 2.1 million pixels

basic math 720 vertically multiplied by the 1020 pixels across horizontally for 720

and 1920 horizontal for 1080 multiplied by the 1080 vertically


To answer the question though, no. New systems are like high end pcs from a few years ago pc will always have an edge.


Yea your right james is pulling crap outta who knows where
#9Monkey_FuPosted 11/19/2013 10:51:46 AM
Lol..these misinformed trolls... Lets just forget what the total image resolution comes out to now right?
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#10bultje112Posted 11/19/2013 10:58:45 AM
James_Upton posted...
It isn't a graphics patch, it only adds 180 pixels to the display and a slightly improved AA


oh god you know absolute **** about resolutions and pixels. go away
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