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User Info: quincy2000a

quincy2000a
3 weeks ago#1
Xbox One resolution tops out at 972p (a little increase over the 900p in the first Project Cars), and falls to 864p when the engine is under intense load.

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-project-cars-2-performance-analysis e:ra
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User Info: agentspoon

agentspoon
3 weeks ago#2
"The same dynamic set-up is also present on PS4 Pro, which is given full support for this sequel, with both resolution and performance boosts over base hardware. Our measurements suggest that the game features a target resolution of 1440p, but this drops to 1360p during demanding moments, such as racing under stormy conditions with the full quota of 32 cars in play. It's an improvement over base hardware when viewed on a UHD TV, but it isn't enough to pass as native 4K, and the scaled image can look quite rough at times. Opinion on this will vary according to taste, but Project Cars 2 on Pro does support downsampling, so 1080p display users may get the better deal here."

Forgot those bits did you?
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User Info: quincy2000a

quincy2000a
3 weeks ago#3
agentspoon posted...
"The same dynamic set-up is also present on PS4 Pro, which is given full support for this sequel, with both resolution and performance boosts over base hardware. Our measurements suggest that the game features a target resolution of 1440p, but this drops to 1360p during demanding moments, such as racing under stormy conditions with the full quota of 32 cars in play. It's an improvement over base hardware when viewed on a UHD TV, but it isn't enough to pass as native 4K, and the scaled image can look quite rough at times. Opinion on this will vary according to taste, but Project Cars 2 on Pro does support downsampling, so 1080p display users may get the better deal here."

Forgot those bits did you?

Actually nothing was forgotten...some are just interested in the 'bone performance...that's all I pointed out...

...things hold up pretty well with the absence of snow and rain, and we generally get a decent 60fps experience that works quite well, though the experience can fall a little short on Xbox One.


But in response to what you posted...

...PlayStation 4 Pro. What you're not getting is a great 4K presentation, but the trade of pixels for a more fluid gameplay experience is the right one - and it's the best way to play Project Cars 2 right now on consoles.

So...the best consoles have to offer now...? I'll gladly take it...
Q: "I presume there will never be an Xbox One sold without it...Would that be correct?"
A: "Correct. Xbox One is Kinect." Microsoft VP

User Info: agentspoon

agentspoon
3 weeks ago#4
No, what you actually mean is that you are interested in the Xbox One performance and how you can twist it into a negative.. The majority of people here really could not give a s*** about the minuscule differences between the Xbox and PS versions of the game.

Of course its the best way to play the game, kinda hard to play the game on an unreleased Console is it not?

Twice the price for a version that barely performs above the base PS4.
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User Info: VENOMOUS75

VENOMOUS75
3 weeks ago#5
quincy2000a posted...
agentspoon posted...
"The same dynamic set-up is also present on PS4 Pro, which is given full support for this sequel, with both resolution and performance boosts over base hardware. Our measurements suggest that the game features a target resolution of 1440p, but this drops to 1360p during demanding moments, such as racing under stormy conditions with the full quota of 32 cars in play. It's an improvement over base hardware when viewed on a UHD TV, but it isn't enough to pass as native 4K, and the scaled image can look quite rough at times. Opinion on this will vary according to taste, but Project Cars 2 on Pro does support downsampling, so 1080p display users may get the better deal here."

Forgot those bits did you?

Actually nothing was forgotten...some are just interested in the 'bone performance...that's all I pointed out...

...things hold up pretty well with the absence of snow and rain, and we generally get a decent 60fps experience that works quite well, though the experience can fall a little short on Xbox One.


But in response to what you posted...

...PlayStation 4 Pro. What you're not getting is a great 4K presentation, but the trade of pixels for a more fluid gameplay experience is the right one - and it's the best way to play Project Cars 2 right now on consoles.

So...the best consoles have to offer now...? I'll gladly take it...



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User Info: archibald3

archibald3
3 weeks ago#6
Same boat.
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User Info: d3z1i0b

d3z1i0b
3 weeks ago#7
VENOMOUS75 posted...
quincy2000a posted...
agentspoon posted...
"The same dynamic set-up is also present on PS4 Pro, which is given full support for this sequel, with both resolution and performance boosts over base hardware. Our measurements suggest that the game features a target resolution of 1440p, but this drops to 1360p during demanding moments, such as racing under stormy conditions with the full quota of 32 cars in play. It's an improvement over base hardware when viewed on a UHD TV, but it isn't enough to pass as native 4K, and the scaled image can look quite rough at times. Opinion on this will vary according to taste, but Project Cars 2 on Pro does support downsampling, so 1080p display users may get the better deal here."

Forgot those bits did you?

Actually nothing was forgotten...some are just interested in the 'bone performance...that's all I pointed out...

...things hold up pretty well with the absence of snow and rain, and we generally get a decent 60fps experience that works quite well, though the experience can fall a little short on Xbox One.


But in response to what you posted...

...PlayStation 4 Pro. What you're not getting is a great 4K presentation, but the trade of pixels for a more fluid gameplay experience is the right one - and it's the best way to play Project Cars 2 right now on consoles.

So...the best consoles have to offer now...? I'll gladly take it...



You need a hobby... Maybe try video games?


He's poor. He can't afford a PS4 or xb1. Ask him for his gt or psn ID and see what kind of stupid ass answer he gives you.
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User Info: RetroGamerX

RetroGamerX
3 weeks ago#8
Lol Project Cars gonna get destroyed along with GT Sport on Nov 7th!
Just played the demo on xbox and wow i cannot wait to get my hands on it in 4K. Absolutely stunning looking.
Selling my PS4 for the almighty 'X'
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User Info: AndyJoe89

AndyJoe89
3 weeks ago#9
d3z1i0b posted...
VENOMOUS75 posted...
quincy2000a posted...
agentspoon posted...
"The same dynamic set-up is also present on PS4 Pro, which is given full support for this sequel, with both resolution and performance boosts over base hardware. Our measurements suggest that the game features a target resolution of 1440p, but this drops to 1360p during demanding moments, such as racing under stormy conditions with the full quota of 32 cars in play. It's an improvement over base hardware when viewed on a UHD TV, but it isn't enough to pass as native 4K, and the scaled image can look quite rough at times. Opinion on this will vary according to taste, but Project Cars 2 on Pro does support downsampling, so 1080p display users may get the better deal here."

Forgot those bits did you?

Actually nothing was forgotten...some are just interested in the 'bone performance...that's all I pointed out...

...things hold up pretty well with the absence of snow and rain, and we generally get a decent 60fps experience that works quite well, though the experience can fall a little short on Xbox One.


But in response to what you posted...

...PlayStation 4 Pro. What you're not getting is a great 4K presentation, but the trade of pixels for a more fluid gameplay experience is the right one - and it's the best way to play Project Cars 2 right now on consoles.

So...the best consoles have to offer now...? I'll gladly take it...



You need a hobby... Maybe try video games?


He's poor. He can't afford a PS4 or xb1. Ask him for his gt or psn ID and see what kind of stupid ass answer he gives you.

I like when he claimed he preordered 5 Xbox One X's.
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User Info: agentspoon

agentspoon
3 weeks ago#10
I have asked him for simple proof. All he needs is to take a picture of his Amazon purchase history, edit out all the information that can identify him and post it.

He should then post a picture of all the boxes stacked in his hallway on November 7th.
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