My guess is the chip will be used to entrap Cortana. Or maybe that AI from the end of Halo 5 will tag along. I doubt that last guess though.But who is it???
As long as they don't EA it up and force it on games that the engine clearly isn't suited for.I'm curious to see this new engine. We haven't really heard much about it have we? I wonder if it will be good and flexible enough to be used as a proprietary engine for other MS 1st party games.
Halo 5 looks muuuch better in 4k than it does at 1080p. If it's running like that, on X, on an older engine, then one built around a new engine, for a much more powerful spec, then it should quite easily be 4k 60fps.Halo 5 isn't really a showcase on the x imo, if they're doing 4k @ 60fps I'm not sure it'll be the leap I'm guessing they're aiming for tbh
Ah, see, I thought we talked about the x version. Scarlett version, of course, I'm with you.Halo 5 looks muuuch better in 4k than it does at 1080p. If it's running like that, on X, on an older engine, then one built around a new engine, for a much more powerful spec, then it should quite easily be 4k 60fps.
I guess it would depend on if actual gameplay looks like that, honestly. I'd agree in saying it looks "current" if you mean what they pull off in Cutscenes, which is damn near pre-rendered sometimes anyway. It's really hard to say how it looks by the small scale of the scene, but the lighting is actually looking pretty intricate if it's all real-time and not baked. the Textures were very high-rez too.Looks current gen in high resolution and missing the anti aliasing.