Watchdog Ultra Specs for the PC Announced and PS4 vs Xbox One Resolution
After delaying its day one release on the next-gen consoles and PC, (much to the praise of the Division Developer), Watch Dogs is gearing up to compete for game of the year. Recently, the minimum and recommended specs for the game were released but today the specifications were released for what your PC will need to run the Watchdog ultra specs.
“We expect a lot of different specs to run the game at ‘high’,” Watch Dogs’ creative director Jonathan Morin said about the Watchdog ultra specs via Twitter. “But here are the ultra specs for the few who have them and ask for it. Ultra specs: Intel Core i7-4770K with a GeForce 780.” Morin also revealed that the most recent Watch Dogs trailer was recorded on an Intel Core i7-3930K with a GeForce Titan IIRC. So now the question is how many of you PC gamers are going to be upgrading your GPU to experience Ubisoft’s version of Chicago while running the Watchdog ultra specs?
With resolution and graphical power being a hot issue this week when it comes to Watch Dogs, (and next-gen consoles in general), it brings the question as to which console will have the “better version” of Watch Dogs. It was stated by Watch Dogs’ Cinematic Lead, Lars Bonde that the PS4 will be running at full HD. It was not stated whether or not the Xbox One however, would be running at 1080p. Last month, further rumors have risen stating that Watch Dogs will run at 1080p/30fps on PS4 and 960p/30fps on Xbox One. Ubisoft hasn’t officially confirmed or denied whether these rumors are true but due to the lack of response it can be assumed that these claims hold some validity.
Regardless of the slight differences in the resolution among all the platforms gameplay is really what makes a game superior. Of course, it is always nice to have the best of both worlds but, regardless of what platform Watch Dogs is purchased on it is bound to be an epic game that will most likely completely live up to the hype. Watch Dogs releases worldwide on May 27 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. A Wii U release is rumored for some time in the Fall. What system will you be buying it for? Let us know in the comments below!
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