Forums - Gaming Discussion - (Update ) Digital Foundry: Days Gone PS4 Pro HDR Showcase and Analysis Video include

How does it look

Amaizing 3 50.00%
 
Good 2 33.33%
 
OK 1 16.67%
 
Need to play and watch directly 0 0.00%
 
Total:6

https://youtu.be/xHx-PfBsYtA

Analysis Vide

https://youtu.be/BngnD3h5ZkU

It seem the graphic has improve a lot, this definitely another sleeper  hit on the graphic front.

I am probably going to pick up this game next month.  

Edit: I am included the Analysis video , Enjoy

Last edited by HollyGamer - on 25 April 2019

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Too bad I'll never, ever buy a television.



Digital Foundry sound impressed graphically by the title, thats never a bad thing.



Random_Matt said:
Too bad I'll never, ever buy a television.

Monitors have HDR now!



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vivster said:
Random_Matt said:
Too bad I'll never, ever buy a television.

Monitors have HDR now!

I know, ones with true HDR are pricey.



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Random_Matt said:
vivster said:

Monitors have HDR now!

I know, ones with true HDR are pricey.

Just wait another year or two it will get more cheaper. Hell even 1080p screens now have HDR capability . 



HollyGamer said:
Random_Matt said:

I know, ones with true HDR are pricey.

Just wait another year or two it will get more cheaper. Hell even 1080p screens now have HDR capability . 

Well, I had a Dell S2719DM hooked up to an X1X, but with that HDR could not be used with the native 1440P. My monitor had to be used at 4K, outside of it's native resolution, wasn't ideal. No idea if PS4 has restrictions regarding 1080P or what not.



Random_Matt said:
HollyGamer said:

Just wait another year or two it will get more cheaper. Hell even 1080p screens now have HDR capability . 

Well, I had a Dell S2719DM hooked up to an X1X, but with that HDR could not be used with the native 1440P. My monitor had to be used at 4K, outside of it's native resolution, wasn't ideal. No idea if PS4 has restrictions regarding 1080P or what not.

I don't know lol, maybe it's only on specific device or TV