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Batman: Arkham Knight Is 1080p on PS4

Batman: Arkham Knight Is 1080p on PS4

Batman: Arkham Knight Is 1080p on PS4

Batman: Arkham Knight Is 1080p on PS4

 

Batman: Arkham Knight will be running at 1080p on the PS4, which is a good sign that the PC version will perform well.

As I have said previously here the resolution and framerates of the PS4 and the Xbox One versions of games can be used as an indicator for how well the PC version can perform. An example here is Assassin's Creed Unity, which was at a resolution of 900p and a framerate of 30FPS (or less) on both consoles, and as such required a very beefy PC to run at 1080p 60FPS, which is regarded by many of us PC gamers as the standard we which to play at. 

  

Batman: Arkham Knight Is 1080p on PS4

 

Let's contrast Assassin's Creed Unity to Dying Light, which played at 1080p 30FPS on both the Xbox One and the PS4, which meant that with a well made PC version the hardware requirements, at least on the GPU side, are much lower than games like Assassin's Creed Unity. With Dying Light I was able to almost Max the game out at 1440p and maintain a framerate of 60FPS, using mr R9 290X and with my previous GPU, the Nvidia GTX 970 (though I did run into issues when I maxed out the textures at 1440p).

 

Batman: Arkham Knight Is 1080p on PS4

 

Batman Arkham Knight is undoubtedly a fantastic looking game, and while we wait to see how the PC version will perform we can at least rest assured that with the console versions playing at 1080p naively, means that when scaled up to PC standard resolutions and framerates we can run the game with even the most moderate of PC hardware, though this depends on how many PC exclusive game affects are included in the PC version and how good the PC version of the game is made/ported.

Batman Arkham Knight will be available on June the 23rd of this year, provided the game is not delayed further.

 

You can join the discussion on Batman Arkham Knight playing at a Native 1080p resolution on the PS4 on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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