BioWare Unsure of Dragon Age Inquisition Resolution & Frame-Rate, Aiming for 1080p on PS4
While BioWare might be happy at how fans have reacted to gay romances and characters in Dragon Age: Inquisition, there’s one issue that the studio hasn’t answered yet — and that’s at what resolution and frame-rate will the game be at for now-gen consoles.
In our chat with BioWare producer Cameron Lee, we asked how the PlayStation 4 version of the RPG stack up against the Xbox One when it comes to frame-rate and resolution, and here’s what he said:
I’ll give you a roundabout answer, which basically means I can’t answer it, but the truth is that although we are only a few weeks away from starting to put our first candidates up for certification, we still don’t really know where we’re going to land..and that’s true across all platforms, really. Everything from the resolution to the frames and all that sort of stuff, you just work on that all the way until the very end. But we will certainly be aiming for as absolute high as the PlayStation can go in terms of resolution…at least that. So we’ll see where we go.
Make sure to check back later in the week for our full interview with Cameron Lee as he talks more about Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Does resolution and frame-rate even matter at all to you? Or should this stop being an issue as long as the game’s fun?