We’ve been lucky enough to play Detroit: Become Human a handful of times now, and we can confirm that it’s shaping up to be a stunner. And speaking across a couple of GDC panels last month, Quantic Dream has detailed exactly how the title will perform on the standard PlayStation 4, as well as the supercharged PS4 Pro.
To begin, both consoles will support HDR, which is sure to look astounding on compatible screens. Meanwhile, the release will render in 1080p at 30 frames-per-second on the base hardware, while the PS4 Pro version will checkerboard to 2160p – again at 30 frames-per-second. This is the same solution that Horizon: Zero Dawn and God of War are using.
Some of the environmental art in this game is extremely impressive, and when you pair that with the outrageously realistic character models, it’s shaping up to be a visual tour-de-force.