It was routinely discussed here at the start of the gen. You were questioned as to how you could possibly game on a system that played a game at 720 or 900p. And that’s compared to 1080p. Now you’re trying to tell us people don’t care or can’t tell the difference in 4k lol. Why did MicroSony even bother with Scorpio or Pro then? Why are UHDs even a thing?
Ive played tons of games this gen that are 30 or 60 and higher. But at 60 on my Scorpio I have played Titanfall 2, Horizon 4, FM7, Wolfenstein, the CoD2k20 campaign, Red Faction, Battlefront 2, Doom, Battlefield, Neir, Gears 4/5, Halo MCC/5, Tomb Raider Rise, among many others and not including PC or PS4 games. Plus a lot of Nintendo titles on Switch that I own are 60. Also bear in mind a lot of these games on Scorpio have options to pick between graphics or frame rate and I will pick the frame rate every time because smoother gameplay is the most important.
I'm sure it was discussed on forums but forums aren't the whole world. Like I said, the average Joe doesn't care, they care about how the game looks and plays and don't watch DF comparison videos. Of course there are people who do care and that's why Sony and MS released the 4k mid-gen consoles. I bought one and I think it was worth it, mostly because I recently bought a 65inch Oled. But the fact remains that not many upgraded because they didn't think a bump in resolution was worth it.
I agree that some genres definitely should be 60fps like I said, mostly racing- and online fps games. But you were talking about single player campaigns and said "give me 60fps campaign over 30 any day of the week, thanks. Much more impressive, much more responsive." So are you saying you weren't impressed with some of the highest rated games of this console generation like RDR2, BOTW, GOW, TLOU2 etc. because they are 30fps?Last edited by goopy20 - 3 days ago