I remember comparing my Xbox one s + 1X on a 4K LED smart TV I have two of them that are 100% identical I've played attack on Titan and I've noticed that when it comes to the sunlight reflecting on the ground that one x has the better detail.RAZ0RWIRE666 wrote:The problem with 8k and any thing above 60-70fps is that your brain only process what your eyes seen in what is essentially 30fps segments and your eyes dont see in 4k or 8k, more like 1080. This is why 99% of people cant tell the difference between 4k and 8k, but most every one can tell the diference between 1080 and 4k because from 1080 to 4k is a pretty big leap. It's also why most companies aren't even trying to do 4k or 8k at 120fps constant because you would never notice the differences. Also yes Im simplifying a lot of this for the sake not wanting to write a 30 page coment on why 8k and going beyond 60-70fps is pointless, and a waste of processing power.beasty54 wrote:Exactly! There's not a chance in hell that any console next year is running games in 4k @ 120fps, never mind 8k @ 120fps. A 2080TI struggles to hit a constant 60fps at 4K with some of this years most demanding games running in ultra settings (and ray tracing) so to think even next gen consoles can do it is ridiculous!mcwaffles2003 wrote:youre delusional if you really believe consoles will run 8k 120fps. a 2080 Ti can barely pull 120 @ 4k, 120 @ 8K require 4x that powerxExtraSinsx wrote:It was announced at E3 that project Scarlett with a release in the fall of 2020 would run 8K@120hz the reality of it is that nothing runs full 8K or 4K it's all just checkerboarding but it's actually quite nice either way. I did not mean to say 8K@240hz that'll be another time meaning they're most likely to commit to the decision they used with the One X 4K=60fps 1440p and lower=120hz and so it'll be 8K=120hz 4K and lower resolutions=240hz. There will be three variations of project Scarlett on release instead of it being each year like how the Xbox One was it went Xbox One Xbox One S Xbox One X but now in 2020 they will all be released in 2020 on the exact release date as stated by a Microsoft employer that's even how most of my friends know because they've heard from that same person as well. You have a cheaper version of Scarlett, Scarlett, and Scarlett Anaconda which is the premium pricy amazing high end performance console. Also stated at E3 is that project Scarlett will be 4 times more powerful than the One X much faster if not instant load times ray tracing and 8K as they showed off the circuits and a tiny bit of the hardware inside of project Scarlett and yes it will undeniably be more powerful that's like saying the OG Xbox is more powerful than the 360 or the 360 more powerful than the Xbox One I've had just about every Xbox there is out there and each time there is a HUGE difference.I Am Tiberius wrote:There are games that run 4k/60 frames on the Xbox One X. I'm sure, through the mid life of the next gen, that they'll be able to get 4k/120 frames, comfortably. But, yes, 8K at 240 frames for a AAA title is a decade away for top tier PCs.andmesaysNOT wrote:You have been indoctrinated by marketing buzzwords. Scarlett will hopefully run 1080p at 60fps, if they don't mess it up. 8k at 240hz is literally impossible at this point in time, even for PC users.xExtraSinsx wrote:I know and realize people keep saying "it's done when it's done" true, but the next generation is going to be here sooner than we realize, and the faster they finish MCC, the more they can work on updating the game to 8K@240hz for project scarlett because they already are in need of finishing Halo Infinite, and TBH I'm selling my Xbox One X and purchasing Scarlett ASAP.
I expect to see a gorgeous looking game running at a constant 60fps and in 4K, if they can pull a few more frames than that then it's a bonus.
Reach/MCC PC date?