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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

With hardware capable of running 1080P maxed on pc I'm quite sure it will all be running 1080P 30FPS or above wink.gif

I think COD is dedicated to 60 frames; they won’t do 30 frames on consol. At least I don’t think.
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If the consoles want to get serious in the living room, they are going to have to increase both resolution AND frame rates. Most home flat screens TV are mostly 1080p/60hz standard (minimum), with new sets coming in at 4k resolution or 120-240Hz (or both). Frames>Fidelity imo.

sadly i dont think this is the case, many people still dont have really nice flat screen tvs in their living rooms and if they do most are still paying off their 2000 dollar tv purchased in 2003 on their credit card which is mostly obsolete now.

Didnt steam say most pc gamers arent even on 1080p yet? and thats pc gamers!

Id love to have a 4k tv in my living room soon, but with no media to support it, then its not worth it to me, hopefully in about 5 yeas or so i'll have a great 4k tv for under 1000 bucks, and still probably not much media to support it. but this console really does need to be atleast 1080p native none of this upscale crap.
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What the heck is a dudebro?
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Lower resolution on the COD BOX? teeheeheeheeheeheeheehee biggrin.gif
 
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What the heck is a dudebro?

The brawn-over-brains idiots from Jersey Shore with all their annoying personalities. That's pretty much a dudebro.
     
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guys stop it. everyone knows that 30 fps @ 720p is the most immersive story telling one can achieve in games. tongue.gif

http://wccftech.com/30fps-vs-60fps-30fps-better-story-telling-games/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Wccftechcom+%28WCCFtech.com%29
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guys stop it. everyone knows that 30 fps @ 720p is the most immersive story telling one can achieve in games. tongue.gif

http://wccftech.com/30fps-vs-60fps-30fps-better-story-telling-games/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Wccftechcom+%28WCCFtech.com%29
cuz story telling is more like a movie "point"
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guys stop it. everyone knows that 30 fps @ 720p is the most immersive story telling one can achieve in games. tongue.gif

http://wccftech.com/30fps-vs-60fps-30fps-better-story-telling-games/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Wccftechcom+%28WCCFtech.com%29

I didn't read the article (just skimming OCN for the time being) but there are times where I agree with the 30fps being more "cinematic"

Mass Effect 1 and 2, I played on the 360. Excellent games. Played ME3 on the PC, thought I'd give the last game in the series every chance possible by using my PC instead of the old consoles. The 3rd game just felt to "gamey" Nothing like the first 2. Why? I was used to, and actually preferred, to see my Mass Effect trilogy at 30fps over the 60fps.

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Next gen consoles shouldn't do anything under 1080p @ 60 fps imo.

this "1080p / 60fps" figure does very little to represent visual fidelity.

Just like how a 4k TV does not automatically mean it has better perceived image quality than a good 720p TV.

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Then, as we progressed into Gen3 the situation started to reverse. The move to HD took its toll on the GPU as there were now more than four times the number of pixels to render on the screen. So unless the new graphics chips were over four times faster than the previous generation, we weren't going to see any great visual improvements on the screen, other than sharper-looking objects.

Again, developers started to realise this and refined the way that games were made, which influenced the overall design. They started to understand how to get the most out of the architecture of the machines and added more layers of simulation to make the games more complicated and simulation-heavy using the CPU power, but this meant that they were very limited as to what they could draw, especially at 60fps. If you wanted high visual fidelity in your game, you had to make a drastic fundamental change to the game architecture and switch to 30fps.

Dropping a game to 30fps was seen as an admission of failure by a lot of the developers and the general gaming public at the time. If your game couldn't maintain 60fps, it reflected badly on your development team, or maybe your engine technology just wasn't up to the job. Nobody outside the industry at that time really understood the significance of the change, and what it would mean for games; they could only see that it was a sign of defeat. But was it?

Switching to 30fps doesn't necessarily mean that the game becomes much more sluggish or that there is less going on. It actually means that while the game simulation might well still be running at 60fps to maintain responsiveness, the lower frame-rate allows for extra rendering time and raises the visual quality significantly. This switch frees up a lot of titles to push the visual quality and not worry about hitting the 60fps mark. Without this change we wouldn't have hit the visual bar that we have on the final batch of Gen3 games - a level of attainment that is still remarkable if you think that the GPU powering these games was released over seven years ago. Now if you tell the gaming press, or indeed hardcore gamers, that your game runs at 30fps, nobody bats an eyelid; they all understand the trade-off and what this means for a game.
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Besides the part Xbox One being underpowered and running old gen resolution on new games is the fact a Call of Duty game requires power out of something, I was used to having COD run at 120FPS @ 1080p consistent.
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