A look into the technical bits and bobs we want in next gen graphics.
It’s already happening on PC, and has been doing so for some time. Graphics and visual technologies prevalent within top end PC games are now becoming a standard that is sorely missed on recent console titles. All the upgrades and benefits of DirectX11 are sorely missed.
No tessellation and advanced anti-aliasing is a big call, one that becomes more noticeable as PC hardware eclipses its living room brethren. Next gen consoles offer a chance for serious improvement though, so we’ve rounded up ten contemporary graphics technologies we’d love to see PS4 and Xbox 720 games utilising.
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1. Tress FX
The new Tomb Raider has garnered a fair bit of praise, both commercial and critical, since its release last week. Regardless of your platform of choice, the praise is well deserved. The game is cracking, but the visuals are a step up on PC. If you can get a decent enough graphics card to activate the hair based Tress FX without a massive performance hit, Lara's character model becomes an even greater thing of beauty. Rather than a gimmick, Tress FX genuinely provides some of the best hair effects ever seen.