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Tomb Raider PS4 Pro vs PC highest Settings

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Sony is doing a good job with those cheap APU when it comes to visuals...



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Peh said:
Will the PS4 Pro have native or upscaled 4k?

a Nvidia 1080 can run this in 4k, with near max settings around 45 fps.

Thats better than this PS4 Pro does, so if you dont like upscaled 4k, and want the real deal, you could always just go buy a 1080.

But yes this on the PS4 Pro is upscaled.



Ultra settings are a waste of power, in my opinion. There are typically a few settings that must be set to "high" to achieve optimum IQ, but the rest is fluff.

Though HBAO+ is really nice....



The PC version is only going to look as good as the developer makes it.  It is hardly constraint as much as consoles are; if you want to talk best quality possible. There really is no point in trying to say consoles can produce image quality as high as a PC.

Also, you really do not need a $1500 PC to do that.



Mandkind Divided pics:

PS4 Pro: http://images.gamersyde.com/image_deus_ex_mankind_divided-32977-3207_0001.jpg

 

PC Maxed out:  https://s9.postimg.io/xbd64en31/DXMD_2016_09_08_21_16_11_611.jpg

 

 

If they did a blind test, I doubt most people would be able to tell which was the PS4 Pro and which was from a PC.

The lamp lights are the look abit better on PC, but its a minor thing all told.

If you just zoom in and look at other places than the lights, you basically cant tell them apart.



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Not sure TR is best case for PC 4K gaming, On the other hand, that upscaler tech is really good...I would go as far as to reiterate what I've been saying for quite some time now, that I expect similar thing to be used in PS5.



Diminishing returns are only going to get worse. Gaming is just at that level now.



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contestgamer said:
CGI-Quality said:

I'm not sure what any of this has to do with a graphical comparison. At all.

The thread is arguing that you cn get equal graphics for a much better price than buying a PC. However it doesnt calculate in to effect the thousands saved on games with  PC, so a PC is still a much better deal for even better graphics.

Your bit about piracy. I don't see how that works here. 



                                                                                                                                            

invetedlotus123 said:
contestgamer said:

The thread is arguing that you cn get equal graphics for a much better price than buying a PC. However it doesnt calculate in to effect the thousands saved on games with  PC, so a PC is still a much better deal for even better graphics.

I don't think counting with piracy is actually right, making a comparison considering steam and others stores discounts sure. 

That makes no sense, youre taking away the biggest selling point of a PC then... PC does have legit stores, but unlike the PS4 it has a lot of free options too which can save the consumer a tremendous amount of money.



Bandorr said:
contestgamer said:

The thread is arguing that you cn get equal graphics for a much better price than buying a PC. However it doesnt calculate in to effect the thousands saved on games with  PC, so a PC is still a much better deal for even better graphics.

You are basically suggesting theft is easier, so it is better. That is illogical at best.

I'm saying the PC provides far more economical value than the PS4 once you factor in piracy. I'm not making a value judgement of the act itself, but of its economics, which makes the PC a much cheaper choice in the long run.