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Uncharted 4: no 60 fps if it impacts game play

by on15 January 2015

Naughty Dog says 30 fps was always the norm

Uncharted 4 developer Naughty Dog says in the latest issue of EDGE that they will not go for 60 fps if it impacts the player experience. Bruce Straley confirmed that the Uncharted Demo that was shown at the PlayStation Experience was locked at 30 fps, despite the ability to run above that.

Previously Straley says that a locked or near-locked 30 fps was always the norm for Naughty Dog games on the PS3 which included the previous Uncharted titles as well as The Last of Us. The developer remains committed to making the game that they want to make, but not at the cost of losing something.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is currently in development at Naughty Dog for the PlayStation 4. While an official release date has yet to be confirmed by Sony, it is to be released at some point in 2015. It is believed through information from our sources that Sony is hoping that it will be ready for release during the 2015 holiday season.

Last modified on 16 January 2015
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