1080p on Xbox One will get easier over time, assures Microsoft hardware boss

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User Info: That_Damn_Kid

That_Damn_Kid
3 years ago#1
http://www.totalxbox.com/73607/1080p-on-xbox-one-will-get-easier-over-time-assures-microsoft-hardware-boss/
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User Info: Jedi454

Jedi454
3 years ago#2
Of course, Devs are still getting used to how the system works. If they're used to producing content for older systems, then they have to adapt. 2015-2016, we'll see majority of games at 1080p.
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Reflex-Arc
3 years ago#3
Yeah, this is pretty much a given.
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User Info: nableet

nableet
3 years ago#4
Why should devs waste their time making games 1080p when you guys have already told us it is unnoticeable and/or doesn't matter?

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User Info: dnmt

dnmt
3 years ago#5
MS promises a lot of things:

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-04-18-microsoft-wont-ditch-games-for-windows-live-for-pc-xbox-live

http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/9/4604890/xbox-live-home-gold-xbox-one-game-sharing

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Microsoft-Still-Committed-To-Publishing-PC-Games-107902.shtml


I'll believe it when I see it.

User Info: benjimain

benjimain
3 years ago#6
Meanwhile, the PS4, with its double RAM data bandwidth over the One, and 50% more shader output in the GPU, and more CPU cores dedicated to games... will just be pushing further ahead as well.

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BruceLee1974
3 years ago#7
Yeah I thought it didn't matter to MS this 1080p thing ?

User Info: MidnightJacket

MidnightJacket
3 years ago#8
dnmt posted...
MS promises a lot of things:

http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/9/4604890/xbox-live-home-gold-xbox-one-game-sharing


Things change. Game sharing was supposedly one of the major benefits to adopting the new DRM policy, but the positives were never explained by MS so the entire idea was canned.

Sony consistantly over promises and under delivers. This is not isolated to MS in anyway.

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Tyronelio1
3 years ago#9
benjimain posted...
Meanwhile, the PS4, with its double RAM data bandwidth over the One, and 50% more shader output in the GPU, and more CPU cores dedicated to games... will just be pushing further ahead as well.


BruceLee1974 posted...
Yeah I thought it didn't matter to MS this 1080p thing ?


dnmt posted...
MS promises a lot of things:

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-04-18-microsoft-wont-ditch-games-for-windows-live-for-pc-xbox-live

http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/9/4604890/xbox-live-home-gold-xbox-one-game-sharing

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Microsoft-Still-Committed-To-Publishing-PC-Games-107902.shtml


I'll believe it when I see it.


Why don't you guys go play your ps4? If you love it so much you shouldn't waste time here looking like idiots.
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MidnightJacket
3 years ago#10
benjimain posted...
Meanwhile, the PS4, with its double RAM data bandwidth over the One, and 50% more shader output in the GPU, and more CPU cores dedicated to games... will just be pushing further ahead as well.


Why would devs developing a game for both systems try to further develop beyond Sony's "industry standard" of 1080p/60fps on just the one system? Regardless of what the PS4 is capable of, there's a plateau, that once reached, devs will focus their time on more important matters in game development. If that also becomes the standard for Xbox in time, chances are it'll be the sole standard for both systems for the remainder of the consoles lives.
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