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Nier: Automata Demo PS4 Pro VS PS4 Screenshot Comparison Reveals Massive Aliasing Difference

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Well its good, id be worried if thé difference wasnt at least as big as thé différence between one and PS4.

Thé différence here is not even Big enough , except if thé framerate is super stable on PS4 pro



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For me this was the main selling point of PS4 Pro, I couldn't care less about 4K, but I hate aliasing artifacts and PS4 Pro has improved anti-aliasing on most games. Can't wait for Scorpio, it should do an even better job at fixing aliasing since it's more powerful.



shikamaru317 said:
For me this was the main selling point of PS4 Pro, I couldn't care less about 4K, but I hate aliasing artifacts and PS4 Pro has improved anti-aliasing on most games. Can't wait for Scorpio, it should do an even better job at fixing aliasing since it's more powerful.

It'd be nice if they decide to give you guys different AA options, just to let you choose which one suits you.



                                       

Chazore said:
shikamaru317 said:
For me this was the main selling point of PS4 Pro, I couldn't care less about 4K, but I hate aliasing artifacts and PS4 Pro has improved anti-aliasing on most games. Can't wait for Scorpio, it should do an even better job at fixing aliasing since it's more powerful.

It'd be nice if they decide to give you guys different AA options, just to let you choose which one suits you.

Yep. I love being able to pick and choose between settings on PC, I'd say it's PC gaming's biggest selling point. At least we are starting to get more options on consoles now, choices between 30 and 60 fps modes and a few other minor choices. Maybe one day we'll have PC-like choices on console. 



shikamaru317 said:

Yep. I love being able to pick and choose between settings on PC, I'd say it's PC gaming's biggest selling point. At least we are starting to get more options on consoles now, choices between 30 and 60 fps modes and a few other minor choices. Maybe one day we'll have PC-like choices on console. 

Imagine the day when they decide to give you the options of buying TV's that work like G-sync and Free-Sync monitors, then you wouldn't have to worry as much with fps fluctuations. 

Since Spencer is trying to merge the whole PC and Xbox into a single rband type ideal, he should try making Scoprio sport more PC like options. Having more choices for your games would add to the purchase points.



                                       

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Plenty of aliasing on PS4 in 900p, Xbox version would be probably 720p to keep 60 fps target.

I say 900p to achieve 60 fps is a worthy sacrifiece. 720p on the other hand is embarassing...

But 60 fps is so good so everyone's the winner I guess.

¯_(ツ)_/¯



Excellent news. Playstation has the market on lockdown and having this new high the model will only help that.

Ps5 generation will be insane for us console gamers. Especially when we'll get even more pc like options in our console box. Consoles have such a bright future. Especially Playstation!



If they don't announce the PC release soon I may have to get it for PS4. Gonna have to remind me constantly that I should under no circumstances expect locked 60. just gonna be disappointed again.



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Ariakon said:

Not really that much of a surprise. I've noticed superior aliasing in a few Pro games, though most of that was likely due to supersampling. This is probably just better AA. 

 

It looks very good on the Pro, though I'd bet it still looks good on the regular ps4 as well, just jaggier. 

Just been playing it on the standard PS4 and it really does look nice. The battles are really fast paced and unless you really want to nit pick there is some stair casing especially on finer objects like wires. You also have to remember this is a demo not the finished game.

What is interesting with the Nier demo is that you can select difficulty settings from easy through to very hard. Even on normal the game does not disappoint although I think I will turn it up a notch when I do a replay.

Note: You can adjust the difficulty on the fly and I have noticed a few games do this (ie. The Witcher 3, Skyrim ..).  Personally, I never reduce the difficulty on the fly since that to me is a cheat.

I have just downloaded the Gravity Rush 2 demo and will play that as soon as I finish the Nier Automata demo. I have played Gravity Rush Remastered and I do think that is a really good game so I am fairly sure I won't be disappointed with the sequel.



This is my first time seeing those jaggies in the background, i guess i was too focused on the gameplay and her butt to notice them.

 

Like look at those jaggies up there in the upper left corner of the screen

 

At least the ground is free of jaggies