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The official Twitter page for Dynamic Voltage Games announced they will be debuting the first gameplay footage of an Xbox Series X exclusive that will be native 4K resolution and 120 frames per second. 

"Later this coming week I will be debuting gameplay for my first XBSX exclusive - which will be native 4K and 120fps. That's the good news. The bad news is I can't even capture 4k/120," reads the tweet.

Source: https://www.vgchartz.com/article/442885/xbox-series-x-exclusive-will-be-unveiled-next-week-native-4k-and-120-fps/

And this for reference on the studio

https://www.gamasutra.com/view/pressreleases/350013/You_can_buy_Dynamic_Voltage_Games_for_100.php

I think it is good that we see more games that shall release on the launch of the console and one that will try 4k120fps at the same time, but also will hold expectations in check since it isn't a big studio.

Have MS supported them to get exclusivity or do the dev love the platform? I dunno, but if it is the first the possibilities of the quality increasing are good.

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I don't understand the appeal of 120 fps. Is that supposed to be what the fps of real life is?



4K 120fps. WOW!! That is a great achievement. I don't think graphically intensive games like Gears, Uncharted, or anything like that will hit those marks. I do expect Forza to somehow though. I actually can't wait to see what Forza look like with that resolution and framerate.



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CaptainExplosion said:
I don't understand the appeal of 120 fps. Is that supposed to be what the fps of real life is?

Real life doesn't necessarily have a fps equivalent, but for me going from 60 to 120 is almost as jarring as from 30 to 60. Everything just gets much smoother and in most cases depending on the type of game, more responsive. 



CaptainExplosion said:
I don't understand the appeal of 120 fps. Is that supposed to be what the fps of real life is?

Nope, depending on how you measure your eye would be like 600fps. But it can reduce latency, improve gameplay

Rafie said:
4K 120fps. WOW!! That is a great achievement. I don't think graphically intensive games like Gears, Uncharted, or anything like that will hit those marks. I do expect Forza to somehow though. I actually can't wait to see what Forza look like with that resolution and framerate.

Yep I also don't think graphically intense games will go over even 30fps. But it is good that on launch we will be seeing some 4k120fps games.



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CaptainExplosion said:
I don't understand the appeal of 120 fps. Is that supposed to be what the fps of real life is?

Real life isn't bound by fps, but yes, it's about your eyes ability to keep up with the refreshing images and better latency. Those two things combined, it has helped PC stomp consoles into the ground in this regard.

And it's a noticeable step up from 60.



                                                                                                             

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Rafie said:
4K 120fps. WOW!! That is a great achievement. I don't think graphically intensive games like Gears, Uncharted, or anything like that will hit those marks. I do expect Forza to somehow though. I actually can't wait to see what Forza look like with that resolution and framerate.

Forza 8 should easily do 4K/120, with 4 times the CPU Power, and 2+ times the GPU power compaired to XBO X. Forza 7 is already 4K/60 on XBO X. Add in the SSD and they should be able to greatly increase the IQ, with higher resolution assets being able to stream to the larger pool of RAM at a faster rate.



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CGI-Quality said:
CaptainExplosion said:
I don't understand the appeal of 120 fps. Is that supposed to be what the fps of real life is?

Real life isn't bound by fps, but yes, it's about your eyes ability to keep up with the refreshing images and better latency. Those two things combined, it has helped PC stomp consoles into the ground in this regard.

And it's a noticeable step up from 60.

Don't we need HDMI2.1 for 120fps games? I wonder how many people have a tv that supports that lol. 



goopy20 said:
CGI-Quality said:

Real life isn't bound by fps, but yes, it's about your eyes ability to keep up with the refreshing images and better latency. Those two things combined, it has helped PC stomp consoles into the ground in this regard.

And it's a noticeable step up from 60.

Don't we need HDMI2.1 for 120fps games? I wonder how many people have a tv that supports that lol. 

That's correct.



                                                                                                             

goopy20 said:
CGI-Quality said:

Real life isn't bound by fps, but yes, it's about your eyes ability to keep up with the refreshing images and better latency. Those two things combined, it has helped PC stomp consoles into the ground in this regard.

And it's a noticeable step up from 60.

Don't we need HDMI2.1 for 120fps games? I wonder how many people have a tv that supports that lol. 

Forget hdmi 2.1, even the tvs that may have that will be much more hard to find true 120fps tvs.



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

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Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994