This Is What Games Have The Potential To Look Like On PlayStation Orbis

PS4 is PS Orbis as we learned earlier today, and according to the report, the console, seeing a launch holiday 2013, will boast resolution of up to 4096×2160. Well, we thought you’d like to see what 4096×2160 display looks like.

Yeah. I’m ready for next gen!

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5 Comments on "This Is What Games Have The Potential To Look Like On PlayStation Orbis"

  1. Ernesto22 March 28, 2012 at 3:47 pm -

    That’s a very deceiving headline and my computer won’t allow me to set the YouTube video higher than 720p >:(

  2. Ernice Gilbert March 28, 2012 at 3:49 pm -

    @Ernesto: Not all games will look like that, and, well, I’ll edit the headline somewhat. But that’s the potential of the rumored PS4/PS Orbis specs…

  3. linglingjr March 28, 2012 at 9:17 pm -

    That’s so lame.. the 4k displays are not goin to catch on any more than 3d TVs did its rediculous there’s a study showing you can’t tell a difference between 4k and 1080 if you are 10 feet away. 4k TVs are stupid I hope this is a fake rumor some random guy made up

  4. Ghost250 March 28, 2012 at 10:21 pm -

    @linglingjr tbh there is really no need for anyone to play games on a 4k display when alot of games aren’t even in 1080p. all i want is all next gen games to run in 1080p at 60FPS.

  5. nick March 29, 2012 at 3:45 am -

    someones been huffing a little too much of that magic dragon……….
    just one question though.
    WTFs the point of that ridclious resolution when developers cant even get games in 1080P!
    some cant even get it in native 720P!
    let alone 1080P @ 60FPS!
    let alone 1080P, 60FPS and decent AA!
    so in other words theres a million things developers need to improve on till we look at resolution!

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