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Thursday, 10 April 2014 06:49

Only 1080p at 30fps for The Crew

Written by David Stellmack

On both Xbox One & PlayStation 4

Besides confirming the fact that Ubisoft’s new MMO Race known as The Crew will not make release till at least September or October, we have been surprised to learn that the game runs at 1080p 30 fps on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. We also should not expect the PC version run at a frame rate much beyond the 30 fps regardless of what graphics card your PC might have.

At 30 fps The Crew will challenge the notion that racing games need to run at higher frame rates in order to deliver a believable racing experience. While the early previews seem to indicate parody among the different versions of the game and no lack of things to do, it seem that the jury is still out on the new racer for sure.

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