Will XBox One version have potential for 2160P, for Scorpio?

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« on: April 29, 2017, 02:24:49 AM »
I have to wonder if the Xbox One release version of TGC 2 will be coded such that it has access to native 2160P graphics, with the idea of preloading it for the eventual arrival of the Scorpio?  I think it would likely be a big enough selling point to have native 2160P graphics support for the full 4K display capabilities of the Scorpio.

If I understand correctly, the PC version of TGC 2 already has native 1440P graphics support.  How much more of a stretch would it be to take that to 2160P for the Scorpio?  Maybe the native 2160P support can come later as an update just as easily, but this is one of those things I ponder as I consider an eventual Scorpio purchase.  I'd imagine other potential Scorpio buyers are as well. 
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« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2017, 08:47:25 PM »
I agree. I plan on buying the Scorpio when it is released and a 4K TV later this year. Hopefully TGC2 will support it. Playing golf on a 75 inch 4K TV at 2160P would be awesome. Life is good.

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« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2017, 04:08:50 PM »
I'd much rather have 1440p upscaled with maxed out effects that 2160p than with the same effects as Xbox one s

I just don't know how this new engine will play with Scorpio and the new Dev kit tools

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« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2017, 05:00:58 PM »
I'd much rather have 1440p upscaled with maxed out effects that 2160p than with the same effects as Xbox one s

I just don't know how this new engine will play with Scorpio and the new Dev kit tools

If the PC version we are testing in beta is any indication, Scorpio will do just fine.....
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« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2017, 05:58:58 PM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

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« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2017, 03:04:31 PM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

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« Reply #6 on: May 05, 2017, 07:00:34 PM »
Imagine if you will, The Golf Club 2 being played on the Xbox Scorpio with a frame rate counter in play  ;)
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« Reply #7 on: May 05, 2017, 07:20:32 PM »
Imagine if you will, The Golf Club 2 being played on the Xbox Scorpio with a frame rate counter in play  ;)

Indeed....
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« Reply #8 on: May 06, 2017, 03:24:07 AM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

Lost me with that reply.......

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« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2017, 01:43:40 AM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

Lost me with that reply.......

Me as well?
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« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2017, 10:32:27 AM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

Lost me with that reply.......

Me as well?

The trifecta.....
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« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2017, 04:58:12 PM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

Lost me with that reply.......

Me as well?

The trifecta.....

After a little head-scratching, what doesn't compute with me is that NewBlacksmurf starts out by saying he strongly disagrees with Gasman, then seems to turn right around and give specifics that support Gasman's opinion ???
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« Reply #12 on: May 07, 2017, 05:21:07 PM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

Lost me with that reply.......

Me as well?

The trifecta.....

After a little head-scratching, what doesn't compute with me is that NewBlacksmurf starts out by saying he strongly disagrees with Gasman, then seems to turn right around and give specifics that support Gasman's opinion ???

I think I am guilty of that on a daily basis..... :o
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« Reply #13 on: May 15, 2017, 03:06:27 PM »
Game developers need to set a standard for in game options with The Scorpio & Pro.
Some games offer display & performance options others default to the resolution that suits your display the best.

I want the level of options that PC's offer on these more powerful consoles.

I strongly disagree.

The whole point is to allow developers options rather than force them into a cookie cutter one size fits all cause that didn't work and is possibly why both Xbox and Sony made newer consoles 2 versions to date

Lost me with that reply.......

Me as well?

The trifecta.....

After a little head-scratching, what doesn't compute with me is that NewBlacksmurf starts out by saying he strongly disagrees with Gasman, then seems to turn right around and give specifics that support Gasman's opinion ???


You all took a whole different meaning somehow.

My comment doesn't agree with Gasman's quote at all. Gasman is talking about a standard being set for different hardware and goes on to ask for PC like options.

I'm saying no the developer shouldn't have set standards but instead should be open to making their own choices without influence from a set standard by Xbox teams.

For instance, this game could possibly go in a direction where it's 1440p with bells and whistles vs 2160p and largely the same as 1080p for bells and whistles on a non-Scorpio console.

Or
1080p mode
1440p mode
2160p mode

Each with their own differences but it should always be up to each Dev and not based on any standardized expectations. 

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« Reply #14 on: May 15, 2017, 04:21:48 PM »
'Set Standard' or 'Set a Standard' have a different meaning.

 

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