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Post by Eorl @ 03:23pm 16/10/14 | 7 Comments
Ubisoft has revealed via their Twitter that upcoming tactical FPS Rainbow Six: Siege will be electing for a buttery smooth 60 frames-per-second on all three launch platforms.

After the recent news that Ubisoft aimed for 30FPS to keep things not looking weird, it wasn't surprising to see fans asking what we can expect from Rainbow Six: Siege in their latest blog post.Of course, for PC players your framerate will be dictated purely on hardware, though Ubisoft may be hinting at a cap of some sort. There is currently no word on what we can expect the resolution to be for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Rainbow Six: Siege is scheduled for release sometime in 2015.



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TiT
Posted 03:52pm 16/10/14
These console are pretty crap with all these limiters hopefully everyone gets on board the PC wagon and screw consoles!
Audi
Posted 04:33pm 16/10/14
Targets 60fps for PC? Huh.
Eorl
Posted 05:13pm 16/10/14
Well, obviously on PC you'll be getting whatever your hardware can do, but it may mean a 60FPS cap. Who knows.
groganus
Posted 06:42pm 16/10/14
Haven't limitations been pretty common in the past just not heavily publicised. I remember removing FPS caps via console commands way back, so I'm confused as to why this is a hot topic now.
Audi
Posted 08:45pm 16/10/14
Haven't limitations been pretty common in the past just not heavily publicised. I remember removing FPS caps via console commands way back, so I'm confused as to why this is a hot topic now.


Because a lot of games in the last few months have been coming out on the "new" consoles running 30 and below fps.
WirlWind
Posted 06:06pm 17/10/14
Yeah, lots of "30 fps" bulls*** going on. That, plus 120/144hz monitors and other things (Virtual Reality) are becoming far more prevalent.

So when someone says "It'll be capped at 30/60fps" these days, it's basically telling a bunch of people that they shouldn't bother buying it.

The Crew was one thing I didn't bother buying because going to 60fps in the beta caused you to drive slower, glitch out and many other annoyances...
nings
Posted 06:26pm 17/10/14
Conslows.
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