PlayStation 5 & Xbox Scarlett Tech Demo Attendant Reveals “Best Real Time Graphics” & More
In this last period, we have heard a lot of rumors concerning PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett. Despite this, we still don’t have a clear idea of what the new generation of consoles will be able to do. According to a recent report, things will go far beyond what we have seen in the most impressive games of the current generation.
According to a former editor of GameFan magazine, a tech demo was recently shown of a multi-platform open-world game currently under development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Scarlett and PC. The presentation made it possible to give a first real look at the potential of the next generation consoles and apparently, performance will be guaranteed that is clearly superior to the current ones in terms of size, lighting management and environmental dynamics.
“The demo I saw had the very best real time graphics I’ve ever seen. And what I mean by that is it looked like a real game you can play. Not some super polished UE4 or Unity technical demo that you would see at GDC. To me, there was no mistaking this for a current generation on PC or console,” said the editor on the pages of the famous ResetEra forum.
“To be clear, in terms of scope, lighting and environment dynamics, RDR2 or TLOU2 aren’t even in the same time zone as this. And yeah, it kinda was like a Shadowfall moment to me in that it seemed totally different from what I’ve been used to in the previous generation. Now granted, Framerate was maybe 25 to 30-ish and it was early, early, early. But I actually said out loud WTF when I first saw it,” he further added.
The new generation of consoles will enjoy realistic shadow management and an overall image quality that is very solid and closer to photorealism. “One thing I found really interesting was the quality of the shadows. I especially noticed there were some approx 2-3ft high bushes. When they were swaying in the wind they were casting moving shadows with fuc*ing PERFECT detail. No shimmering or stairstepping at all. And I am talking about a bush with maybe 75-100 branches and 100s of leaves on it! Casting. Perfect. Fuc*ing. Shadows. Keep in mind this was just a random, whateverthefu*k bush! Also, the overall picture quality was astoundingly solid….like it used some super duper AA. The game is full 2160p, but again, has no shimmering whatsoever. Just a really solid resolve to the graphics.”
A new generation of consoles would really do everyone good, both in the video game market and for gamers who in recent years have been trying in every way to see excellent graphic levels and noteworthy animations. The demo in question was running on hardware based on the Navi architecture, so it could also work on a PlayStation 5 devkit.
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