God Of War III Runs Natively At 720p With 1080p Upscaling
In addition to a bunch of new screens, we've got some new technical information concerning the massively anticipated PlayStation 3 exclusive, God of War III.
It was a focal point over at the PlayStation Blog yesterday, where we got several new mouth-watering screens along with the confirmation from SCEA Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein that the game will run at a native 720p high-definition resolution, with the option to upscale to the maximum 1080p. Furthermore, as noted by Examiner.com, GoWIII director Stig Asmussen told an Arabic gaming site that the frame rate will vary throughout the experience. Depending on the situation and the action on the screen, the frame rate will range between 30 and 60 frames per second, which isn't exactly surprising. We already know that SCEA's impending masterpiece has a good chance of once again setting the bar for graphical superiority, most recently set by Naughty Dog's Uncharted 2: Among Thieves. And by the way, if you're a fan of brilliant visuals, you'll definitely want to check out another PS3 exclusive in February, Heavy Rain.
In case you've been living under a rock on Mars, God of War III will release in March. It should be out only a week after Final Fantasy XIII, though, so the competition should remain steep.
Related Game(s): God of War III
1/18/2010 9:00:29 PM Ben Dutka