Shahid Ahmad Says “1080p, 60 FPS” to Be Heard a Lot for PS4, Yoshida Addresses UI Speed Concerns
Sony is fully ready for the release of its next gen console.
Controversy erupted over games on the Xbox One running at resolutions lower than 1080p, along with the touting of Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Ghosts running at native 1080p on the PS4. In this battle for viewer’s eyes (and possibly hearts), the PlayStation 4 is currently leading. But is 1080p and 60 FPS really going to be present across all titles in the next generation?
Senior Business Development Manager for SCEE Shahid Kamal Ahmad seems to imply so, as he tweeted the following today.
Of course, it’s not just about visuals, right? What about the recent news of the PlayStation 4 being significantly slower than the PS3 with its user interface? President of Sony Worldwide Studios for SCE Shuhei Yoshida clarified this in a recent tweet and also stated that retail units would run much faster than the one indicated in the video.
As of now, Sony seems to have its game face on ahead of the PlayStation 4’s release. What the future holds will be determined by the near present when the console launches on November 15th in North America. Will you be picking one up this Friday? Let us know below.