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Unreal Engine 4 on PlayStation 4

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  1. Crap Daddy

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    Unreal engine and PhysX, a powerful combination. :toast:
     
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    UH? I've seen this video a long time ago (5-6 months?) and it looked better. I mean... this one has choppy fps and graphics seems dated lol wtf?
     
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    PS4 could make some promising graphics, but if it will make promising price for it I will buy it on First day,but i doubt it will happen will probably cost around 500£ if lucky.
     
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    Surprised the difference is that striking. Last two console gens the consoles had better graphics than current PCs for the first few months before the desktop versions of the cards came out. Looks like they'll still be a bottleneck for multi-platform games right from launch.
     
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    You saw the PC version running on a 680. Watched them side by side this morning and the difference really is quite noticeable.
     
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    The UE4 was demonstating scalability not 1:1 PC:pS4

    For that matter both will be disapointed since it take awhile to even match UE4 demos in a actual consumer delivered product. In which case the PC will disappoint more promising more and never living up to the tech demos.
     
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    As an early example of what's what its not bad ? It's early days yet some expect 1500 $+ pc demo gfx from mid teir hardware .be realistic.
     
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    I'll just point to this

    Unreal Engine 3 "Samaratin"

     
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    You probably saw the Infiltrator UE4 Engine demo, here it is again:

    Unreal Engine 4 Infiltrator Demo - YouTube

    That was run on an i7 and GTX680. Even if it is a considerable difference between this and the PS4 demo I still think the new consoles will kick ass.
     
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    That demo is bad a**. :pimp::rockout:

    Its nice to see that in the future gatling guns still over-heat and robots cant aim for sh^t. :laugh:
     
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    Tech Demos never translate to games because its a show piece for the game engine not a actual game.

    The Samaratin ran at 1920x1080 30fps requiring 2.5Tflops in 2011.
    To run it now you would need
    Nvidia GTX 680 or higher
    AMD 7870 Ghz Edition or higher
     
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    Yeah , I think in time they might get a game upto that standard or at least on its way to it
    I do get what you're saying engine demo but I think along the lines of unreal engine 5 we see this level of detail more widely used in actual games .
    Quite eager to see the ps4 in action.
     
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    And that would actually mean nothing really. A lot of games today cannot be maxed out like those demos on a 7970 Ghz. Ed. level of power card even on a lower 1050p. Loose some of those "heavy" elements and it can be run even on 2 to 3 generations old GPUs. But at least it will look awesome on newer systems.

    If this can run on a PS4, CGI-like graphics are not far away. Playstation 4 Trailers - Deep down Gameplay' P...
     
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    Looks more like in-game scripted scene.

    Game play is between 1:18-1:20 then it flips back to scripted scene

    The quality is extremely noticable this video is much better quality

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    We'll have to wait and see how much of an improvement future games are going to bring into the console world. But, if "The Samaratin ran at 1920x1080 30fps requiring 2.5Tflops in 2011", 7970GHz.Ed should be at around 4TF, that's more than enough. So it's more than doable.

    And let's not forget that Agni's Philosophy ran at 60FPS in 1080p on GTX680. :)
     

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