GamingBolt spotted a comment from Bungie's senior environment artist, Jason Sussman, who explained why the game was not 1080p and 60fps on the eighth-gen console.
Another game will manage to hit 1080p on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, this time it's Bungie's Destiny... well, according to GTTV's Geoff Keighley.
Gamers have taken any and every turn possible to share their privileged gaming experiences with the world, and Destiny's closed alpha is no exception to the rule.
We've seen brief bits of hints at the possibility of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare coming to the Wii U. However, things have ratcheted up by one extra notch following a tidbit of news coming out of the official E3 Insider website.
Today Activision revealed Invasion, the third DLC pack Call of Duty: Ghosts. Invasion will bring new multiplayer content to the game next week on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Who wants to see some cobbled-together cut-scenes and in-engine gameplay shots from Activision's upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, where the company decided to duct-tape two decent ideas together in order to make a 100% okay game?
Some of these information leeches have found out that there is an alpha test going on for the alpha build of Destiny. Bungie decided to come clean about what that means for everybody else.
New information has surfaced hinting that the Wii U may not be down and out of contention for receiving Activision's annual first-person shooting outing. In fact, some believe that Activision may be waiting for E3 to make the big reveal for Nintendo's console.
The general consensus is obviously that the game isn't running native 1080p. That much is obvious from the trailer. However, the graphics technicians and pixel engineers wanted to apply some guesswork to the upcoming first-person shooter from Sledgehammer Games and Activision.
This week was a good mix of healthy skepticism, unbridled anticipation, broiled feelings of boredom and plenty of mixed emotions over the latest reveal that is Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Activision is about to reveal the next Call of Duty. They're counting down to an official announcement just a few days away.
There was a pretty big thing that took the gaming community by storm when it was revealed that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was on indefinite hold for the Xbox One. Well, the game is now available.
Sledgehammer Games has released the first image from the 2014 Call of Duty. It tells us many things about the upcoming shooter, few of which are useful.
There have been some rumblings happening within the industry as of late as far as resolution and frame-rate go. Compounding onto the resolution wars is a brand new scandal involving the potential delay of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for the Xbox One.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 video game is coming to one less platform than expected this month. Activision has decided to push back and possibly cancel the Xbox One version.