Here’s your weekly round-up of all the next-gen news and this week was pretty exciting for a lot of reasons. It’s also interesting to note that the PC has been going from strength from strength and this Borderlands 2 Physx video will tell you why.
Finally we have something for the PS4, and it’s something that most people will be pleased to hear because they can spend incredible amount of money on a new 4k TV.
BGR is reporting that the Next-Generation Sony console PS4 is going to be supporting 4K resolution. Sony is planning to introduce a 80 inch XBR LED 4K resolution TV sometime next year to start pushing out these next-generation of TVs to get their consumers up to new heights with technology in their living room.
“Currently we are working – like always – with a relatively small team on a next-gen project. One question you always ask yourself in this phase is: can the upcoming consoles really be so much better compared to the current gen?,” Hakkinen told GamesIndustry International.
“I can rest assure you, they are! It’s a quantum leap.”
The purple hue of the controller screen allows you to find messages, ammunition cache and a lot of other things to make survival easy. You can also leave messages to other players giving them hints – sort of like the Souls games, but there’s not a lot of in-depth explanation here.
Loaded with NVIDIA’s GPU-accelerated PhysX technology, the video shows you the incredible effects you can witness in Borderlands 2 when gaming on a GeForce GTX system.
Creatures, such as the Crystalisk, spew simulated fluids comprised of hundreds of thousands of particles, allowing explosions and physical interactions to manipulate them after the fact, rendering an unprecedented level of detail previously unseen on any platform.