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Post by Dan @ 02:28pm 27/02/14 | 2 Comments
MachineGames looks to be continuing the id tech engine's legacy of both visual fidelity and smooth framerates with the upcoming Wolfenstein: The New Order, as publisher Bethesda has reportedly confirmed that both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be running 60 frames per second at a full 1080p resolution (source: GamingBolt.

Xbox One owners should find the news particularly encouraging after several multi-platform games have had to compromise overall screen resolution in order to achieve the same frame-rate performance as their PlayStation 4 offerings. PC gamers should then also be able to safely expect the game to function quite well on higher spec machines.

Wolfenstein: The New Order is due on May 23 for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.



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Sanguinicus
Posted 12:19am 28/2/14
So to be clear, The consoles will be outputting *native* 1080p without upscaling?

If so, that's awesome. Should be the case with all games, it's bloody 2014.
Gibsmith
Posted 10:11am 28/2/14
The gameplay trailer thing actually made this look quite good, and given that the chronicles of ridd*** developer was involved I have a newfound interest in this game. Don't know why you wouldn't get it on PC though...
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