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Killing Floor Dev doesn't think a lower framerate is more cinematic

Targeting 60FPS 1080p

Killing Floor Dev doesn't thin a lower framerate is more cinematic

Killing Floor Dev doesn't think a lower framerate is more cinematic

 

Finally a developer we can agree with. Killing Floor 2 Dev says that a lower framerate isn't cinematic. Targeting 60FPS at 1080p on the PS4.

Over the last few months most of us have heard developers make comments like "30 FPS gives a more cinematic Feel" or that "30 FPS is superior to 60FPS", it it great to finally see a dev that is willing to admit that 60FPS is better.  

 

 "Yeah, we’re fans of the 60 frames per second. We don’t think that a lower frame rate looks more cinematic."

"Our goal is to get to 1080 and 60 frames per second. We can’t guarantee we will hit that goal, but we wanna make the game look as good as possible and try and achieve that goal. We’ll see where we’ll get to and we’ll keep the community informed along the way on where we manage to get"

 

Killing Floor Dev doesn't thin a lower framerate is more cinematic

 

Killing floor 2 is a PS4 console exclusive and will also make it's way onto PCs, on both Linux/SteamOS and Windows when the game launches in 2015. Again it is great to see a developer set a goal of 60FPS from the start, unlike the developers of other titles who tend to just stick to a 30FPS target and later reduced resolution like seen in games like Dead Rising 3 and Assassin's Creed Unity.

 

Join the discussion on The Killing Floor Developers thoughts on 60FPS Gaming on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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13-12-2014, 11:25:39

SeekaX
I'm pretty sure most devs don't agree with the 30fps argument.
Isn't Killing Floor a PC exclusive anyways?Quote

13-12-2014, 11:37:36

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
I'm pretty sure most devs don't agree with the 30fps argument.
Isn't Killing Floor a PC exclusive anyways?
PC is lead platform but it is also on PS4Quote

14-12-2014, 01:33:06

NeverBackDown
Link doesn't work bud, but it does work if you go onto the main page of the site.

Glad to see that a dev listens. Lately it seems more of devs responding.. after its far to late.Quote
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