Confusion Over PS4 Watch Dogs Resolution

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Confusion Over PS4 Watch Dogs Resolution
Sony retracts claims of 1080p 60fps...

There seems to be some confusion over the resolution at which the PlayStation 4 version of Ubisoft's forthcoming Watch Dogs will run on PlayStation 4. Early yesterday it was noted that Sony had posted on the game's listing on the official PlayStation 4 blog that the game would run in 1080p at 60fps, delivering the game "in a way that only the PS4 can provide," but soon after posting that claim was quietly removed by the company.

Sony has long been hinting that the PS4 version of the game, released on May 27th on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC, would be the best performing console version, and it looked as thought that had been officially confirmed before the information was hastily removed following media coverage of the "announcement".

Not we're back to square one, though, with nobody quite sure what resolution or frame rate we're actually going to get from that version.

Ubisoft hasn't made any official announcement regarding the game's performance on either PS4 or any other console, but it's starting to look like Sony may have jumped the gun when it said that players could look forward to being able to "hack everything as you make your way through Chicago's underground as you experienceWatch Dogsin a way that only PS4 can provide, at 60 Frames Per Second in 1080p."

Thankfully, following a major delay for the game back in November, we're not going to have to wait too long to find out for ourselves.



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