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Killzone: Shadow Fall footage download sees 1080p @ 60FPS shown off

Want to see Killzone: Shadow Fall at 1080p and 60FPS? Download this video! (NYSE:SNE)

| Gaming News | Posted: Nov 5, 2013 6:32 am

Killzone: Shadow Fall will be one of the only next-gen games cranking along at 1080p at 60FPS, with the developer of the game, Guerrilla Games releasing a new "ultra high bitrate" of the game, which you can check out below.

 

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This footage was released because streaming it online just doesn't do it justice, with Michiel van der Leeuw, Technical Director at Guerrilla, writing on the PlayStation Blog that "there are limitations to streamed video on the internet, and many of the clips and trailers we've released thus far aren't being viewed in the best possible fidelity and framerate."

 

He also stated that in order to see the full potential of the footage, you need to grab this video because details in the footage can be compromised when using web video: "In order to properly demonstrate the framerate and resolution we achieve in Shadow Fall's multiplayer, we've captured and lightly compressed new footage that we're not offering through a video sharing service."

 

The footage is around one-minute long, clocking in at a 541MB download.

NEWS SOURCE
Polygon.com

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