CD Project Red says that Project Scorpio could rival Gaming PCs

CD Project Red say that Project Scorpio could rival Gaming PCs

CD Project Red say that Project Scorpio could rival Gaming PCs

CD Project Red say that Project Scorpio could rival Gaming PCs

 

In an interview with Gaming Bolt CD Projekt RED's Principle Narrative Designer, Mateusz Tomazkiewicz, stated that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt would have looked better if it was made for Project Neo, so much so that the RPG could have looked better than the PC version of the game. 

One thing that must be remembered is that the GPU used in Project Neo has 6TFLOPs of computing power, which is more powerful than the R9 290X, the most powerful AMD GPU for PC when the Witcher 3 launched. 

Mateusz adds that PC is an ever changing platform where new hardware is released regularly, meaning that Gaming PCs will quickly grow to become much faster than Project Neo. Even now powerful GPUs like the R9 Fury X, GTX 980Ti and the new GTX 1070 and 1080 are already more powerful than Project Neo, with the R9 Fury X providing 8.6 TFLOPs of compute performance. 

 

For sure [the Scorpio] will have better looking games,

If this was available when we were working on Wild Hunt I would expect similar quality that we have on PC right now or even better maybe.

This is my personal opinion: I don’t know that much about it. I think PCs are growing and developing super fast,” he added. “New graphic cards are being released very often and more often than the new consoles being released. So I think it will put Scorpio on par with the PC is that we have at that point. But I think PC is growing so fast that it’ll outpace [Scorpio]

 

CD Project Red say that Project Scorpio could rival Gaming PCs

 

Project Neo is likely to help PC gaming as a whole, giving console developers a reason to give their games better visuals and a valid reason for optimising their games with ultra-high resolutions like 4K and 1440p in mind. 

 

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06-07-2016, 04:07:36

Kushiro
Wonder what my PCs are called then.Quote

06-07-2016, 05:28:49

Greenback
As consoles get closer to being just a glorified PC, it has to be a thought if microsoft or sony consider having a console that can have steam installed, this would in theory open a wider market for all involvedQuote

06-07-2016, 05:36:58

demonking
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For sure [the Scorpio] will have better looking games,
If this was available when we were working on Wild Hunt I would expect similar quality that we have on PC right now or even better maybe.
Alex the kidd would have looked much better if the hardware was available.

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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
As consoles get closer to being just a glorified PC, it has to be a thought if microsoft or sony consider having a console that can have steam installed, this would in theory open a wider market for all involved
for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHjTXYBSRckQuote

06-07-2016, 06:16:56

hdimitrov
I'm confused. One sentence says Project Neo (Sony) and the next sentence says Project Scorpio (Microsoft) then again back to Neo then back to Scorpio..... In the end is he talking about the upcoming Microsoft console or the upcoming Sony console??? They will be VERY different (Scorpio will be even more powerful than Neo) so you cannot talk about the two like they are the same thing.Quote

06-07-2016, 06:22:20

SeekaX
Well there's only so much you can do with a game on PC when it's being limited due to crossplattform support. Pretty sure the PC version would look even better if it was an exclusive.Quote
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