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Guerrilla Games Proud Of Horizon Zero Dawn’s Performance On PS4

| July 1, 2015

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Guerrilla Games is proud of the performance of Horizon Zero Dawn on PS4 so far.

Game Director for Horizon Zero Dawn, Mathijs de Jonge, talked more about the game on his Twitter page.

Jonge said “for now we’re happy with 1080p/30fps and the vast amount of content we’re squeezing in“. He even promised in another tweet that the team will make sure the game never dips below 30fps.

Jonge stated in an earlier tweet that they are focusing only on the single player in Horizon Zero Dawn. There is no indication that the game will have a multiplayer mode yet. Judging from the gameplay we saw at E3 2015, it doesn’t look like a multiplayer mode will fit appropriately.

Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the standout games shown at E3 2015. Guerrilla Games is usually known for developing the Killzone series of games. It was a breath of fresh air to see them diversify and make something from a different genre.

Guerrilla Games is sure to share more details about Horizon Zero Dawn later this year. The game has no release date yet, but it is expected to come out sometime on the PS4 in 2016.

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  • The PC Master Race

    Knack – 30FPS
    Killzone SF – 30FPS
    Infamous SS – 30FPS
    Driveclub – 30FPS
    LBP 3 – 30FPS
    The Order – 30FPS
    Bloodborne – 30FPS
    Horizon – 30FPS
    The Last Guardian – 30FPS
    Uncharted 4 – 30FPS

    Being proud of 30FPS. What a joke this console generation is.

    • Steve T

      Arkham knight at least runs on consoles .

      • MrVux007

        dont feed the troll…flag it,before it spreads :)

      • The PC Master Race


        • xxhighcxx

          I’m happy with it and so is the force. Of you keep denying the force bad things will happen.

        • justerthought

          So you are going to miss great games like Uncharted 4 and Horizon because they are 30fps. I assume you realise the PC has never had a game as good as The Last of Us and you missed it.

          I don’t actually think you’re priority is gaming at all. I think your addicted to the tech like an IT geek. You get more fun out of the reassurance that the game is running at a high spec than you do out of actually playing it.

          That is sad because the PS4 is perfectly capable of offering a great gaming experience. I’ve been gaming on multiple platforms for over 40 years and right now on PS4, there has never been a better time to be a gamer. I’m having a blast.

          • That and for is only really noticeable if you play multi-player.

          • Ugh.

            Thinking that PC players don’t have multiple systems…

    • justerthought

      lol you need to take a break. This obsession you have with 30fps and the over importance you are placing on it is making you look mentally ill from our perspective. People are dying all over the world and you’re investing so much effort into this master race troll thing that you are going to burn out. Chill out man. Gaming is fun :)

      • sublimetalmsg

        I bet hes a white power activist as a 2nd hobby

      • I bet he just hoped for some thumbs up. Mostly haters help each other on the road to oblivion.

    • Guester

      When you’re right, you’re right!! my consoles are still collecting dust. Dont care what any fanboy says 30 frames is immersion breaking, not cinematic.

      • justerthought

        We learn from a very young age that we cannot have everything we want. You are not going to get £2,000 gaming grunt on a £350 console. What you get on PS4 is maximum bang for your buck before the diminishing returns kick in. PS4 offers a great gaming experience but only fools compare the two.

        It’s like someone coming up to you and saying “my F1 race car can beat your domestic road car in a race.” Nobody is doubting it except the insecure F1 driver who feels he needs to say it. Both have different uses and are in a totally different price bracket. No PC built for £350 without any upgrades whatever can match the performance of a PS4. That is the real issue. Value for money for those that cannot afford a gaming PC and don’t want to be bothered with all the maintenance upgrade hassle. Console gamers just want to play. They don’t want to play the IT geek because that eats into game playing time.

        If you have jumped ship to PC that’s fine, but you have paid a heavy price for that jump. I don’t just mean the hardware cost. I’m referring to you setting yourself such a high bar that it’s denying you from playing The Last Of Us which is one the best games ever made. Yes 30fps is less immersive than 60fps, but not playing the game at all is even worse. The remaster played at 60fps anyway but I think you get the point.

        • Pixel

          Hello there! Say what? A 350 dollars PC can’t match a PS4? I think you need to check a few facts. Look up the potato masher on YouTube! It’s that price and it plays pretty much everything you throw at it AND with better performance than the PS4. I have a PC that is pretty much comparable to a PS4 and it cost me way less. These days you can build a PC that equals the PS4’s performance at a slightly lower price. Or you can build a PC that outperforms the PS4 for 350 dollars, like the Potato Masher I just mentioned or my own PC. And if you decide to spend just a bit more it will be waaaaay more powerful than PS4. I’m talking 500 or 600 dollars, tops. Needing 2000 dollars to get a decent gaming PC is a myth.

          I haven’t had to play IT girl a single time since I jumped ship to PC. For most people, everything just works as expected. Granted, there are a few people who do have issues sometimes, but the same is true for consoles. I have had a few issues with my consoles. Guess it comes with the increasing complexity of game systems.

          And by saying that you pay a heavy price for moving to PC, you’re also implying that I’m paying a huge price for having a Nintendo console for its exclusives. I own a PC, a PS3, and a 3DS. PC has the best gaming experience overall, PS3 has the best exclusives from last gen consoles and 3DS is self explanatory. I think I haven’t lost anything, in fact, I think that as a gamer I have benefitted from this.

          And regarding the FPS thing, I very much prefer 60, but I can do fine at 30. In fact, sometimes I lock my games at 30fps so that I can crank up the graphics beyond what my card could usually pull off. And naturally, beyond anything the PS4 can offer in terms of performance.

          Have a nice day!

    • If you expect miracles this generation is a joke. If your not retarded and understand how development goes and take in consideration that it still has to be affordable, you know this generation of consoles is the logical step.

  • MrVux007

    This is truly looking up to be a spectacular game :)

  • Country Boy Lucifer

    Give me a world I’ve never seen in a game before and I’m happy,

    Looks great so far


    One of the main things that impressed me during Sonys E3. Not interested in Shenmue , FFVII or Last Guardian which was what most seemed to enjoy

  • xxhighcxx

    This was the surprise of E3 for sure. Can’t wait for the release, what a breath of fresh air (new IP)!!!!!!

  • Stobbart

    This looks like a great game ?

  • justerthought

    This game sounds amazing. I hope it is structured like the Witcher 3 with tons of content, such as random encounters, side missions and cool places to explore.

  • TheManWithABigToe

    This game has the same themes as Enslaved. Hopefully this game is good and not horrible like Enslaved.

  • ?????

    People will hype it like Bloodborne and forget about it two weeks later. :^)

    • Merry_Blind

      Are you suggesting Bloodborne was over-hyped? Because it really wasn’t. It’s the best exclusive of the generation between X1 and PS4, hands down.

      • ?????

        No, I’m sure it was worth the praise. But look at the facts- Bloodborne came out at the end of March and was the second bestselling game that month. In April, they didn’t even make the top 10.
        Maybe two weeks was a bit of a stretch, but still…

        • Merry_Blind

          Oh ok no idea how it sold apart from Sony saying it sold better than they anticipated.

          • ?????

            Yeah, in the first 2-3 weeks. That’s the ting with Souls games. They sell excellent in the first 2 or 3 weeks, then sales tank. Bloodborne proved that.

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