‘Project CARS 2’ Running Sub 60 FPS at 4K, Could Even Drop Few Frames
Yes indeed, it could have been a case of "misquote" which led to believe that "Project CARS 2" will run on 4K/60 FPS on Xbox One X. Slightly Mad Studios boss Ian Bell was quick to point out and correct before it goes out of hand.
"Yup, this was a misquote," Bell posted on GT Planet forum. He added, "We're running sub 60 FPS at 4K and we'll probably always be unless we drop live track and a host of other things... We'll probably upscale from something very reasonable."
This was in reference to an earlier report from Dutch website GamersN3t which quoted Slightly Mad Studios game director Stephen Viljoen about the resolution of the game. Nevertheless, the quote from the gaming website may have been mistranslated, check out Google Translation of the said quote.
According to the quoted translation from GamersN3t, "Project CARS 2 will run 4K/60 natively on Xbox One X." However, Google translation have a different wording used - "want" instead of "will". Thus, the game director may have been misrepresented on their plans to have on "Project CARS 2" and what could have already been implemented on the game.
One thing though that was not refuted, albeit, defined as of this writing - the exact resolution of the racing game on PlayStation 4 Pro. But according to Slightly Mad Studios boss, the game will be at 60 FPS for most of the time, and he did not specify whether this would be on Xbox One X and/or PlayStation 4 Pro so we will leave it at that until he makes another clarification.
What Ian Bell pointed out though is the fact that it may drop a few frames depending on the racing map. Thus, his dislike of the term "locked".
"Project RACING 2" is scheduled for release September 22, 2017. According to earlier reports, "Project CARS 2" will feature over 170+ cars and 60 locations at release.
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