Titanfall 2 Will Not Be Native 4K On The PS4 Pro

Titanfall 2’s executive producer Drew McCoy has been speaking to the website Stevivor regarding the game’s performance on the PS4 Pro. There was confirmation that Titanfall 2 will not support native 4K on Sony’s console, but it have a much more stable 60fps. In fact Drew states that it would be surprising to see many games supporting native 4K early on in the console’s life cycle.

It’s not native 4K and I would be surprised if anyone saw native 4K with AAA level games any time soon. It just takes so much processing power. It’s unbelievable amounts of just GPU grunt to do that. It’s a PS4 that’s faster. We’re able to increase the resolution, we have high-res shadows, and maybe higher particle counts. The frame rate is more stable; we have dynamic resolution scaling on all consoles, but it scales down less often on PS4 Pro to maintain 60 frames-per-second.”

Titanfall 2 is shaping up to be one of the best FPS titles of 2016 according to many reviews. If you haven’t read it yet here’s Stefan’s takes in both written and video form.

Source: Stevivor

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7 Comments

  1. This headline surprised absolutely noone.

    Make it pretty in [email protected] It’s all we really need, ktxhbye

  2. TSA: “but it have a much more stable 60fps.”

    Respawn: “we have dynamic resolution scaling on all consoles, but it scales down less often on PS4 Pro to maintain 60 frames-per-second.”

    So does the standard PS4 version not keep 60FPS even with dynamic resolution? Or does the Pro just not drop the resolution as often?

    • Does not drop the resolution as often.

      • Thanks :-)

        That’s good. I was getting worried about the performance on the standard model. Should be a close lock on 1080p with Pro.

  3. Only if the playstation had teh power of the cloud

  4. tv advert looks nice!

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