Thief is about to break into next gen consoles and personal computers and Gamersyde couldn't miss such an opportunity to show you some high quality gameplay footage. Now, as uploading all our PS4 videos will take a long while, we thought you might enjoy a shorter extract presenting the game's graphics and art style on Sony's console. As you'll see, the game's framerate is strangely weak, reminding of Garrett's latest adventures on the first Xbox back in 2004. Technical considerations aside, one can't argue the fact that Eidos Montreal's title seems to nail it in terms of atmosphere, at least from the little we've seen of it. If you want to see more, stick around as we should be able to put up our PC footage quite soon. Update: Added PC videos in 1080p and 60 frames per second.
Hardware used to capture these PC videos:
- Intel i7 2700K @ 4.7 GHz
- 16 Go DDR3 1600 MHz
- 2x NVidia GTX 680 SLI
Capture software: Mirillis Action!
[url] planet of the apes game looks so bad. (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: oh, i didn't know about the app. But I know that it's their way to go against piracy. (2 Hours ago)
For 1080p, you need the "4220", "5400" or higher Video Bitrate options. It's a very well know restriction that has been like this for many years. You can Google about it if you want. (14 Hours ago)
But shows like Orange is the New Black, Iron Fist, and a few others I tried this time around only have the "2740" or "3000" Video Bitrate options, meaning 720p resolution. (14 Hours ago)
If you need to check what resolution you're getting, just press "Ctrl + Alt + Shift + D" for the A/V Stats screen to come up. You can override/force quality with "Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S". (14 Hours ago)
The only way to watch in 1080p is to use Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari, consoles (like PS4 and XB1), and smart TVs. Everything else you're restricted to 720p. (14 Hours ago)