- 4K/30 FPS or 1440p/60 FPS. Tessellation quality being the only visual difference.
- As per BP, the game was always designed at a 60 FPS game, the 4K/30 was a much later afterthought (from the earlier interview).
- DF video has plenty of comparisons with the PS3 original which quite frankly make the PS3 game look really unflattering (lol).
"Going from cinematic to performance mode, thats nice feels so much better. But going back the way its pretty jarring. When you get used to that smoothness of 60fps, and that better response, the reduced lag you get, and then going back and switching on cinematic Mode it does kinda take your eyes a little bit to adjust to make things look smooth again. But yeah, it does kinda feel like a slideshow looking 30fps. I'm not telling anybody anything new."
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Sony promises more PS5s before the new year, following ‘unprecedented’ demand
‘We want to thank gamers everywhere for making the PS5 launch our biggest console launch ever’
Last week, Sony Interactive Entertainment president Jim Ryan told Russian press that “everything” — all of its PlayStation 5 consoles — had been sold. However, Sony announced on Wednesday that it’ll refresh its console inventory in the next couple months, after seeing “unprecedented” demand for the console.
“We want to thank gamers everywhere for making the PS5 launch our biggest console launch ever,” Sony tweeted from its PlayStation Twitter account. “Demand for the PS5 is unprecedented, so we wanted to confirm that more PS5 inventory will be coming to retailers before the end of the year — please stay in touch with your local retailers.”
Sony has not released sales numbers for the PlayStation 5 console, so there is little context for how big, exactly, this launch is compared to others. In 2013, former Sony president Andrew House said more than 2.1 million PlayStation 4 consoles were sold in the first two weeks since launch.
Sony has not provided detailed information on when and where the next wave of PlayStation 5 consoles will become available. On the Xbox side of things, Microsoft chief financial officer Tim Stuart said earlier in November that its console shortage could last until April.