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Friday, 08 November 2013 08:27

720p & 30fps for Dead Rising 3

Written by David Stellmack

Latest launch title to not render at 1080p

What seems to be a reoccurring theme these days for the Xbox One, yet another launch title will be using upconversion to get it to 1080p. Capcom Vancouver has confirmed that they have locked Dead Rising 3 at 720p at 30fps.

While the developer admits that 1080p at 60fps was what they were targeting and it apparently seemed possible using the PC development systems that they were using to develop the game. In the end despite not being able to meet the 1080p rendering target, they are satisfied with the results at 720p at 30fps. The game looks good and runs well with the amount of action on the screen according to the developers.

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