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shikamaru317 said:
Replicant said:


Digital Foundry: "But I do think it's worth pointing out that [PS4 games running better in Boost Mode on PS5] is not the same as some games like Days Gone and Ghost of Tsushima that've actually received enhancements separate from the normal BC mode. So, they actually run at a full 60 frames per second."

Currently, you list 8 XB1 games under "Free graphical update" but you've chosen to leave out games such as Days Gone and Ghost of Tsushima even though according to Digital Foundry those games have indeed received free enhancements separate from Boost Mode. For instance, the free graphical update for Days Gone will include faster loading times, 60fps and dynamic 4K.

So I'm wondering how you determine which games to include when talking "Free graphical update". Is it based on that Sony hasn't marketed this ala "Optimised for Series X"? Is it based on that you feel the updates for the 8 XB1 games are more extensive?

Whatever the reason, don't you think that your rules risk ending up being quite arbitrary?

To be honest with you, I didn't know that Days Gone and Ghost of Tsushima had received enhancements. Adding them now. 

Oh, ok. I appreciate honesty.

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Removed Control: Ultimate Edition from the list because it got delayed to 2021.

Day 1 graphical update for for Series X.  Almost looks like a different game.  Not just graphics but additional terrain elements were also added.  No word yet on anything for the PS5. avoid getting banned for inactivity, I may have to resort to comments that are of a lower overall quality and or beneath my moral standards.

Removed 12 Minutes from the Xbox list since it appears to have been delayed to 2021, added Call of the Sea to the Xbox list since it just got a surprise December 8th release announcement.

CrossFireX and The Artful Escape have been removed from the Xbox list due to their delays into 2021.