Batman Arkham Knight
Several new screenshots from the upcoming PC and next-gen console only Batman title have gone online at Neogaf showcasing fantastic looks at Batman, the villain Arkham Knight and the new Batmobile.
nDreams have announced “The Assembly,” their first major VR game today for PS4 with support for the Project Morpheus VR headset. Designed for VR from day one, players are flung into an underground facility where scientists, academics and engineers who believe morality in society is preventing scientific advancement, have set out to discover a universal theory of everything at any cost.
Resolution & Frame Rates
New reports cropping up have revealed the resolution and frame rates of some key upcoming games, staring with “Battlefield: Hardline” Gaming Bolt reports will run at 1080p and 60fps on both the PS4 and Xbox One.
Also set to run at 1080/60fps are “Ori and the Blind Forest” on Xbox One, “Shadow Warrior” on PS4 (on XB1 it will run at 900p/60fps), and Naughty Dog is aiming for 1080p/60fps for next year’s PS4 AAA title “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End”.
There’s also reports going around that both Bungie’s “Destiny” will run at 1080p/30fps on Xbox One and From Software’s “Bloodborne” will run at 1080p/30fps on PS4. [Source: Gamespot]
Grand Theft Auto V
At E3 on Monday night, Rockstar finally announced the release of “Grand Theft Auto V” on next generation and PC later this year during Sony’s presentation. Said presentation also included a short video showcasing scenes from the PS4 version of the game.
Now, various fans of the game have cobbled together comparison videos on Youtube showcasing the same scenes from that PS4 trailer with those in the currently in release PS3 version. As expected, lighting and detail improves dramatically in the PS4 version and it begs the question of what the game will look like on a high-end PC.