Horizon: Zero Dawn Going Gold Soon, Resolution and Frame Rate Confirmed

By   /   Jan 25, 2017
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Horizon: Zero Dawn will go gold soon, according to developer Guerrilla Games. The studio also mentioned that developers have entered the final stretch. The game is slated for release next month and we will hear an official announcement for the game going gold in the coming week or so.

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Developers are also confirmed that resolution and frame rate for Zero Dawn. The studio is targeting Full HD 1080 with 30FPS lock. Since PS4 Pro packs superior hardware, we can expect Horizon: Zero Dawn to run at a higher resolution and frame rate.

Horizon: Zero Dawn is releasing on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro on February 28.

Speaking on PlayStation 4 Pro, Ori and the Blind Forest developer recently took a jab at PlayStation 4 Pro, saying that it is a half-assed upgrade. He praised Microsoft’s Project Scorpio:

All consoles now are x86 PCs and the architecture will remain the same, that’s why Sony was able to quickly iterate on the PS4 and make a beefier version of it.

Scorpio is a next-gen machine with the added benefit that all your old games will still be compatible. From this point on, similar to PCs, you’ll not lose your library when you buy a next-gen system.

Project Scorpio whitepaper leaked recently that mentioned plenty of details about the hardware and they are a cause for concern. Based on those details, it is being speculated that Project Scorpio may not be able to pull off native 4K after all.

Source: Guerrilla Games

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