It's an important question these days: What are the tech specs for a new game?
And when we say "tech specs," we're referring to the maximum resolution and frames per second. In the case of Techland's upcoming zombie adventure Dying Light , those numbers are 1080p and 30, respectively. Lead designer Maciej Binkowski said as much when responding to a fan on Ask.fm .
Last year, the developers said they were aiming for 1080p/60fps across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, but it seems they haven't been able to hit those plateaus…yet. In a statement to GameSpot , a Techland representative said the final numbers are subject to change:
"1080p/30 fps is what we have right now, it is what is constant, and what we're sure we can deliver in the final product. But the work is still ongoing, and even though we have no more than two weeks left, things can still change.
So even though the answer is accurate I would change the question–it's not what we target, it is what we will deliver 100 percent."
The rep added that it's "too early to tell" if 1080p/30FPS can be achieved across both PS4 and Xbox One. Guess we'll have to wait and see; during the first year of the new console race, the PS4 has better managed the higher numbers.
Related Game(s): Dying Light