Few would disagree that Uncharted 4: A Thiefs End is the best looking game of E3 2015, and that means it’s not going to hit its original target of 60 frames per second. Speaking on a GameSpot livestream earlier in the week, lead game designer Kurt Margenau revealed that the studio is now targeting 30 frames per second for single player and 60 frames per second for multiplayer.
This is obviously a bit boring, especially after The Last of Us Remastered, which felt like a different game at 60 frames per second. However, considering how much eye candy the studio is pushing, it’s not that surprising. As long as the controls are tight and responsive, this won’t be much of a concern, and with Bruce Straley leading the game team, we doubt we’ll have much to worry about in that regard.
- Unrecorded 4: A Thiefs End (PS4)