“Games for PlayStation 4.5 do not support native 4K ‘

Apr

19

2016

New details about the next PlayStation, hitherto known as the PlayStation 4.5, reveal that the console is not native 4k games need to support. The project would have been given the name “Neo”.

Sony PlayStation logo (75 pix) The site Giant Bomb reports based on documents obtained that developers get a lot of freedom from Sony to achieve 4K resolution. However, the company would be strict when it comes to stable fps. These may not be higher or lower than the original PlayStation 4. There are also details about the hardware, which would consist of a fast 2,1GHz processor with eight cores, compared to the original 1.6GHz. The memory is of 176GB / s to 218GB / s and the GPU is faster and has double the number of compute units, namely 36.

To take advantage of the improved hardware, any PlayStation game from October to support a basic mode and a Neo-mode. Also, the new console exists next to the old and makes use of the same network and the same PSN-shop so retained purchases. There are therefore no exclusive Neo games out, reports Giant Bomb. Thus, there is no separation should occur between Neo-players and others. The documents would not prove an exclusive VR mode for the new variant.

The fact that games from October to have a Neo-mode, would not mean that the Neo than true. In it are described the documents that developers can deliver more games with Neo-mode than the release of the new console. Developers can still release a patch for current games to provide them with such a mode.

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