UPDATE: Developer BioWare has taken to its official forums to debunk the report regarding Dragon Age: Inquisition’s purported resolution; and while not formally confirming the game’s specs, the developer’s said that it’ll announce the news ”at a later time.”
UPDATE 2: Dragon Age: Inquisition resolution has been confirmed by the game’s official Twitter.
Confirmed: #DAI resolution is 1080p on PS4, and 900p on Xbox One. We maximized the current potential of each platform.
— Dragon Age (@dragonage) October 10, 2014
Original: In a trend that’s unfortunately picking up a little more steam, BioWare has revealed, via a Livestream, that its upcoming action-adventure title Dragon Age: Inquisition will be running at 900p/30fps on both PS4 and Xbox One.
Following on from the much-condemned news that Assassin’s Creed Unity would be running at 900p/30fps on both consoles for the sake of avoiding ‘’all the debates and stuff’’, the maligned news of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s resolution came about during a Q&A session with the game’s developers.
Ubisoft’s move with Assassin’s Creed Unity ignited a fierce rebuttal from the majority of PS4 gamers, who have since taken to twitter with the hashtag ‘’PS4NoParity’’ to display their objections to what they feel is a downgrade in quality to multiplatform titles on PS4, in favour of achieving comparative ability with that of Microsoft’s Xbox One.
We’ve asked our Twitter followers what they think of the news, and here are some responses – bearing in mind there’s a certain trend to all of them, unsurprisingly.
— MajorCynik (@p0s0r) October 10, 2014
@PSUdotcom 900p really if not 1080p no tys
— robbie (@bigfoot6668) October 10, 2014
@PSUdotcom What?? Is this real??
— Bill.I.Am (@CodeSe7en) October 10, 2014
— Meloncake (@Thunder_hart) October 10, 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition launches on November 18 on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.
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