Idc about cross play so much except for trying to kill the opposing console faction since I'm such an edge lord fanboy /s nah but it's going to be a fun weekend. The game just plays so good, I'm hooked.
Anyone who needs a code, I got an extra beta code from nvidia, I would love to give it to someone in this community since months ago someone offered to buy me the game because I was in financial struggles (which I kindly refused)? First Come, first serve!
Yeah I put it down to that.
Looks kinda blurry on my brothers Pro and the difference is the TV.
I forget how good Sony's X-Reality Pro engine is and take it everyone is seeing the same quality picture. Question is, is that the game's fault or the users TV to blame.
Depends. Sony Bravia TV engine (X-Reality) really make miracles, but sometimes the game resolution is so bad and the TV more make trouble than help. IMO I prefer to blame first the casual user and next the games. I played on my cousin husband TV Horizon Zero Dawn and Jesus Christ... he play games online like CoD Infinite Warfare on a TV using the 'vibrant' equivalent. As a TV expert myself, I can't force people to agree with my callibration + game mode. Even my brother sometimes complain about the callibration I had on my 4k Samsung TV. My dad had two Bravias, one of them is my old full hd Bravia with is one of the best 1080p I ever had, but he keep watching content in 'vibrant' options.
In this game in particular, I guess is really the game faulty. The CoD engine is making everythink possible to try to sustain 60 fps.
My recomendation for CoD is put game mode and if you're on PRO, force to 1080p. Probably is the best option for multiplayer... at least in this beta. Dunno if final build will be the same.
What about all my other crisp games me and my tv have no problem with displaying. Plus it will be interesting to see if its sharper on my X next week or even the final games on both consoles when full version on release. Will you blame the user and tv then ?