The Order 1886 To Have Cleanest Picture Quality, PS4 Has The ‘Guts’ To Implement 4XMSAA – Insider

‘4XMSAA is expensive, but the PS4 has the guts to spare.’

Posted By | On 07th, Feb. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


The Order 1886

The Order 1886 will be using 4XMSAA, the developers confirmed today. 4XMSAA is mostly used in high end PC games and is one of the anti-aliasing techniques used to eliminate those annoying jaggies.  Following up to that confirmation, industry insider Ahsan Rasheed, also know as thuway on Neogaf has revealed that The Order 1886 will have the cleanest image quality till date.

“Ready At Dawn is targeting Image Quality above all else. Interesting. This might be the cleanest game to launch,” he tweeted. He also wondered why the developers did not implemented 2XMSAA which would have been a less expensive solution but nevertheless PlayStation 4’s power under the hood is the reason why Ready At Dawn are using 4XMSAA.  “I wonder what the decision was to forgo high quality FXAA plus 2XMSAA. 4XMSAA is expensive, but the PS4 has the guts to spare,” he said.

As mentioned before 4XMSAA is mostly used in high end games and can bring the best of PCs down to its knees. “MSAA (Multisampling Antialiasing) X 4 is a very expensive and demanding feature that can bring powerhouse PCs to their knees,” says Rasheed.

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments section below. For more on The Order 1886, click here.


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  • John D

    Insert PC jealous fanboy comment below.

  • maltronix

    When are the high quality images coming? We keep getting these dirty low grade images. What gives? More better images please 🙂

  • SomeGuy112

    “As mentioned before 4XMSAA is mostly used in high end games and can bring the best of PCs down to its knees. “MSAA (Multisampling Antialiasing) X 4 is a very expensive and demanding feature that can bring powerhouse PCs to their knees,” says Rasheed.”

    This game runs at 30 FPS… Most PC gamers already consider 30 fps the lowest of the low.. So in their eyes this game is bringing the PS4 down to its knees.. LOL

    If it was 1080p @ 60 FPS with 4xMSAA then that would be way more impressive in a PC gamers eyes..

    • theownner

      its being played on a fringing TV running at more than 24fps (cinematic film) rate! WTF will you want to run this faster than 30fps with incredible graphics?? Your a PC troll.. go back and start typing on your keyboard and using your trackball. (lame)

  • Molmf

    Hahahahaha 4x MSAA at 1920x800p with 30 fps!? Yeah, that’s sure to bring PCs to their knees. PCs from 2009, lol.

    • Broj’swife

      Sure.

    • Dhruv Mohan

      Good luck playing this game on your PC

  • dugachug

    4x MSAA typically only sacrifices about 10-15% of my fps on my $600 PC. For example i would go from 60 to 50 fps. MSAA is a lighter form of AA, SSAA is what really pushes your machine.

    • John D

      Or they could use the new technigue Guerrila games used for Killzone Shadow fall. There was no jaggy edges in that game.

      Adding to the quality is Guerrilla’s chosen anti-aliasing solution. Back in the February reveal, FXAA was utilised with the firm hinting at a more refined TMAA solution under development in Sony’s Advanced Technology Group. TMAA is now TSSAA – temporal super-sampling anti-aliasing.

      You mean a amazing new Anti Aliasing tech on a console game. Never.

  • Cappernougght

    Would have payed $100 more for PS4 if it meant 1080p/60fps pretty much common.

  • Slappy

    Hey Rashid, you know what I hate? The intentional spread of misinformation. Let’s start.

    “4XMSAA is mostly used in high end PC games…”

    “[H]igh end PC game” is a bit ambiguous; what qualifies? One that costs $20? Because that’s what I paid for Counter-Strike Source when it came out years ago, and I ran at least 4x on it. Or did you mean $10, because that’s what I paid for Team Fortress 2, and I ran 16x on that one. Unless of course you meant Modern Warfare 2 at $60, in which case I ran it at 8x. Just so you know, I’ve been running AA on games on $600 rigs back in 2005.

    “MSAA (Multisampling Antialiasing) X 4 is a very expensive and demanding feature that can bring powerhouse PCs to their knees,” says Rasheed.”

    Rasheed is an idiot or a liar. I’m running 4x on a $70 video card purchased back in 2010 for a rig that cost less than $450, and the frame rate is anywhere from 60 to 120 FPS.

    If you genuinely believe all the stuff you just published, you need to school yourself about modern computer hardware. If it’s because you were paid to fool technologically illiterate individuals into thinking that their shiny new PS4 is more powerful than it actually is, then you need to take a good, hard look from where you draw your line of ethics. Either way, this article is total trash.

    • John D

      Hey Rashid, you know what I hate? The intentional spread of misinformation. Let’s start.

      Maybe also you need to apply that knowledge to your self and realize you are on a pS4 article for 1 and for 2 you will never see this game on your awesome PC.

      And the PS4 is actually powerful then what you think it is. There is not one PC game that looks better then The Order 1886. So no one cares how cool your PC is brah.

      Also besides Sony and Guerrilla games have made a new anti aliasing tech that blows all that crap away anyway.

      Adding to the quality is Guerrilla’s chosen anti-aliasing solution. Back in the February reveal, FXAA was utilised with the firm hinting at a more refined TMAA solution under development in Sony’s Advanced Technology Group. TMAA is now TSSAA – temporal super-sampling anti-aliasing.

    • SomeGuy112

      “There is not one PC game that looks better then The Order 1886.”

      Star Citizen disagrees..

    • SomeGuy112

      The funny thing about the The Order 1886 demo that was shown was that it was actually running on a PC and not a PS4, just check the links below.

      http://www.videogamer.com/ps4/the_order_1886/preview-3462.html

      http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/08/22/gamescom-technology-meets-antiquity-in-ps4s-the-order-1886

      So, PC would have no problem running this game if it came to the platform, I know it’s not because its a Sony exclusive but that wasn’t the point. The same cant be said for PC exclusive Star Citizen in which the dev says he refuses to graphically dumb down the game so it will work on Consoles.

    • John D

      Also it is really funny how the the game now looks better then that trailer.

    • SomeGuy112

      Makes sense, the game has been worked on more since the trailer which usually leads to better graphics. Just like how now Star Citizen looks better than the first trailer.

      Games usually progress graphically the more time devs work on them, if you didn’t know.


 

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