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Titanfall will not render natively at 1080p on Xbox One, Respawn Entertainment co-founder Vince Zampella has confirmed.

Asked on Twitter if a forum thread stating "Titanfall will be 1080p on Xbox One" was true, Zampella replied, "No".

The game's resolution has been a hot topic since the beta, which ran at 792p, but Respawn community manager Abbie Heppe suggested the final resolution may be closer to 900p – which sits between 720p and 1080p.

Titanfall will launch March 14 for Xbox One and PC.

Source: @VinceZampella

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rlehm

if lowering from 1080 allows for more on-screen awesomeness, I welcome it. Why not free up some RAM in a way almost no one will notice to add to the actual experience of them game.
Posted 19:56 on 28 February 2014
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Karlius@ f00man

Spoken by someone who clearly didn't play the Beta on Xbox One.

Difference between XB1 to 360 is native development to a port.
Posted 09:48 on 28 February 2014
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f00man

It's pathetic that MSFT's "next-gen" console can't even run, "the most anticipated game" and the "the most important game of this generation" (LOL)...at a native 1080p. Ridamndiculous.

This is not on Respawn, it's on MSFT for putting out a lackluster gaming console.
Posted 00:48 on 28 February 2014
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f00man@ NM_Che56

Awesome. So, since you don't give a **** about the resolution of the game, you're getting the XBox 360 version, right? I mean you'll save money, and resolution does not matter to you.

LoL.
Posted 00:46 on 28 February 2014
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NM_Che56

I played the beta. I couldn't give three *****s about the resolution. The game is so much fun.
Posted 16:34 on 27 February 2014
Karlius's Avatar

Karlius

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It's all dependent on your TV Size and the distance you sit from it.
Posted 15:06 on 27 February 2014
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smackybumbum

Yes there is a difference between 720 and 1080. If you play all your games at
1080 your eyes get used to it then take it away you'll notice straight away. Edges will be rougher and the distance will be blurrier. You'll never see a difference if you play your games at a lower resolution and I'm looking at you xbox fans.
Btw online video comparisons are mostly useless as bit rates are terrible. You need to see side by side in the flesh.
Posted 14:50 on 27 February 2014
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chrishatton

Ive not really done a proper check with a game but you can tell the difference between 720 and 1080 when watching anything on Netflix. Also people have been talking about graphics and now resolutions in games since the SNES and Megadrive. If fact before that it was Amiga and Atari ST plus the 8 bit consoles and even colour palates on the Spectrum versus Amstrad and Commadore 64. Its not going to change so might as well get used to it. People want to know for bragging rights or because they want the fastest machine.
Posted 14:06 on 27 February 2014
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Mastorofpuppetz@ pblive

Anyone with eyes.
Posted 14:01 on 27 February 2014
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Endless@ pblive

Well in all honesty i can tell the difference between 720 and 1080, it's not unreasonable for me to think i could tell the difference between 900 and 1080p.

BUT. What i'm getting at is that every time a new game comes out on Xbox One do we really need some sort of article or statement about how it doesn't reach 1080p? I for one i'm tired of this endless comparison.
Posted 13:23 on 27 February 2014
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pblive

But who can honestly tell on a standard 32"/42" TV?
Posted 13:16 on 27 February 2014
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MarcusTheAnt

Probably a stupid question this, does anyone know how different this will be (content wise) than the 360 version?
Posted 13:15 on 27 February 2014
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Manguy17

*Snarky PC elitist comment here*. Seriously though, not a big issue, it's not as if it's a particularly good looking game anyway. I assume it runs in 60fps though right?
Posted 13:12 on 27 February 2014
Endless's Avatar

Endless

*snore* The sooner what resolution something runs at isn't news, the better.
Posted 13:06 on 27 February 2014

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Release Date: 14/03/2014
Developer: Respawn Entertainment
Publisher: EA
Genre: First Person Shooter
Rating: PEGI 16+
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