Wondering why? Read on…
Most thought that the upcoming Destiny sequel would perhaps take advantage of the increased power provided by the PS4 Pro and upcoming Project Scorpio by upgrading to a 60fps setting.
It appears the reason for the PS4 Pro at least is even though it offers more raw power, its still not capable to run Destiny 2 at a solid 60fps for the developer to be happy.
In an interview with IGN after the big unveiling, Destiny 2 leads Luke Smith and Mark Noseworthy gave a bit more insight into thwir thoughts behind the decision.
“The console, the PS4 Pro is super powerful, but it couldn’t run our game at 60fps. Our game’s this rich physics simulation where collision of players, networking, etc and like, it wouldn’t run… there’s not enough horsepower there.”
The pair went on to comment that the consoles GPU is up to the task but its the CPU side that lets it down when it comes to allowing 60fps consistently.
Destiny 2 will release on the 8th September on PS4 and Xbox One. The game will also release on PC but no firm release date has been give at this time.
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