The closer the release to PS4 Neo, the more news and rumours about Project Scorpio start creeping up from all corners of the internet. And, to no surprise, one of these rumours was that Project Scorpio will run native 4K visuals on all their games, rather than simply upscaling 1080p. Shannon Loftis, Publishing General Manager for Microsoft has confirmed in a recent interview with USA Today, that Project Scorpio will natively run all first party games in 4K. Any game made by Microsoft Studios that is. "Any games we're making that we're launching in the Scorpio time frame, we're making sure they can natively render ... Read More »
After days of speculation, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has confirmed that Microsoft won’t force game developers to output 4K resolution games on their Project Scorpio console. There’s been a lot of buzz around Microsoft’s two upcoming consoles since they were announced during E3 2016. Much of that focus has been on the powerful show-closer, Project Scorpio. Since the console's reveal, rumours and theories have abounded about what it will be able to do, what it won’t, and just how it’ll fit in within an Xbox console family that’s designed to go ‘beyond generations.’ In response to a tweet regarding ... Read More »
Last week, During The Division Beta we learnt that there were a couple of settings in-game that allowed us to alter the Sharpness & Chromatic Aberration. Now it has been announced that we will also be able to change the lighting settings to improve frame rate on Xbox. However, whilst being able to alter your graphics sounds like a great idea, I am a little bit confused. Xbox One's are all the same, you can't alter them like with PC's so why are the graphics not set to their best automatically? Also the new option to lower your lighting settings ... Read More »
This latest generation of consoles has been arguably one of the most hard-fought for quite some time, yet while the Xbox One and Playstation 4 are quite similar when it comes to gameplay, there's one area for the Xbox that's time and again been highlighted as under-par: graphics. Over the past 18 months since the Xbox One and Playstation 4 launched, few big game releases have gone by without one, if not a flurry of articles comparing the graphical fidelity of the two consoles, or just plain stating that the Playstation 4 is better for resolution. Of course, unless you have the same ... Read More »
New assets have been released for Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin. This will all be available on the 2nd of April 2015, on a variety of platforms. These new assets are focusing on highlighting the updated graphics, increase in story material, new enemy placements and the new Forlorn NPC invader that will happily be hunting you players down as you play. Bandai Namco have also decided to reward their beloved Dark Souls community by giving them a new patch for the existing game, free of charge. The update will give players access to The Scholar, a new ... Read More »
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