Call of Duty Infinite Warfare: PS4/Xbox One Resolution Being Optimized, Will Push Both Consoles

“We’ll definitely be supporting a fluid 60fps.”

Posted By | On 24th, Jul. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


One of the big sticking points for this generation of the ‘console wars’ has been the output display resolutions of the PS4 and the Xbox One- with whether or not a game is hitting 1080p of display resolution on both consoles becoming a matter of much debate, and indeed, news these days.

That question will hopefully not arise whenΒ Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches later this year on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, however. In an interview with GamingBolt, Infinity Ward’s Brian Horton confirmed that the company is trying to optimize the game for both consoles right now, working around any limitations that exist for both- though they can’t commit to anything just yet.

“We’re not announcing any resolution at this time,” Horton said.Β “We’re still in optimization mode, but we’re definitely supporting a fluid 60 frames per second experience.

“At this point the focus for us is to get the best experience we can out of every system that we work on. And then within whatever the strengths or limitations of those systems that’s where we really focus to try and get the most out of each box that we work on.”

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC this November.

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  • Nintengods

    No 1080P on either again.

    How embarassing

    • Mantenner

      Except every single cod on ps4 has been at 1080p 60fps. Nice try guy.

    • Nintengods

      Black Ops 3 was dynamic resolution so 1080pr

      Nice try

    • Barry Harden

      Yet tests have shown the PS4 version to hit 1080p consistently with hardly any dips in frame rates. The XBone version however didn’t fare so well.

    • Nintengods

      $ony drones again deluded because their 1080pr version isn’t 1080p and desperate to damage control. And on a digital foundry that showed the PS4 version frequently dipped to 40FPS.

      The only 1080P version is the PC version deluded drone.

      You are just as desperate and insecure as the xbots. I look forward to Nintendo kicking sand in $ony and M$ face with the NX. It will be like 2006 all over again with even more tears.

    • Hans Olo

      NX if succesful will only be because children want it and parents buy it as a hendheld NX WILL BE WII U.5 …or in closer terms…. Ps3.5 It appears to be using a Tegra K! graphics chip, which is found in Nvidias Shield home console. So It may be on par with Wii U…or a slight upgrade…The Nvidia Tegra K1 was suppose to offer PS3/360 graphics on par…but that was in 2015. So the NX may be running a lil faster than PS3…..think PS 3.5… It will not be PS4/xbox one level or better. Nintendo it seems is not interested in making games to their full potential….before you Nintendo fanboys attack me, Ill say this…imagine the new Zelda and its potential if it was running on a powerful system with specs like PS4.5 Scorpio?? It appears the NX wil be on par with WII U.5 so once again Reggie Fils Aime is correct…they arent interested in teralfops or graphics.

    • BradyAlucard

      Wow… you have no idea what you’re talking about. But keep living in denial over the Wii U being an utter failure and covering up said failure with your unrealistic expectations for the NX, which won’t even be as powerful as even an Xbox One, let alone a PS4 and PS4 Neo.

    • TPoppaPuff

      A system that couldn’t even handle Call of Duty at 720p/60 in 2012 & 2013. And couldn’t even garner enough support for later games. Super embarrassing. πŸ˜‰

    • Demetrius Radford

      Xbox version frame rate wise is pretty solid. but resolution scaled pretty freaking low sometimes

    • TPoppaPuff

      All three CoD’s released on PS4 have been 1080p. Anybody speaking on the subject should know that.

      How embarrassing.

    • Nintengods

      Black Ops 3 was dynamic resolution so 1080pr


    • Marc Grierson

      Embarrassing yet your name is Nintengods? The irony is real.

    • TPoppaPuff

      Still 1080p 90%+ of the time. That’s still 1080p. You said it was never 1080p. You’re still wrong.


    • Nintengods

      Still dynamic resolution. Still 1080pr.

      You are clutching at straws defending your ghetto console, $ony drone.

    • BradyAlucard

      And you’re stupid by not understanding the FACT that if it’s 1080p a majority of the time, even if it’s 99% of the time like in Black Ops 3, then it’s still 1080p. You need to do some research.

    • Demetrius Radford

      1080 non native when it scales down. 1360x1080p is what the res is when it scales down

    • Ucouldntbemorewrong
    • TPoppaPuff

      I could be Nintengods and have absolutely no clue what I’m talking about. πŸ˜‰

      “PS4 runs at something approaching a locked, native 1080p with just a few almost unnoticeable resolution drops.”

      PS. You’re not fooling anyone with an alt account.

    • BradyAlucard

      And it was 60FPS 90% of the time.

    • Eagles83

      You should try going outside for a while or finding a girlfriend. It would do you some good. Too much hate in your heart over plastic electronics.


    These are the reasons why we really need the Xbox Scorpio and the PS4 NEO

    I’m tired of the whole resolution debate every time a game is about to release on the XboxOne and PS4

    I mean really nobody talks about the gameplay anymore it’s always a debate about which console has the higher resolution

    • Mr Xrat

      Awwwww, Kirk, 15 months to wait and you’ll still be in the gaming ghetto.

    • Psionicinversion

      you finally learned how to do maths… congratulations

    • Nintengods

      The $ony Drones shouting from the ghetto to others in the ghetto is hilarious.

      Cows still crying since 2006.

  • Barry Harden

    It will be more of the same. Better quality visuals and consistent 1080p visuals and high frame frates. The XBone and XBone S will still suffer.

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