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Crysis 8K resolution hack offers a peek at the next decade of gaming

May 7 2014, 4:11am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

Crysis 8K resolution hack offers a peek at the next decade of gaming
Photo Credits: K-putt (Flickr)
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Have a look at how the gaming world will possibly evolve

There is definitely a lot of development going on in the gaming world and with all the advancements taking place so rapidly, gamers are quite intrigued with the idea that something even more advanced is coming their way. Well, we can at least have a peak inside what we will be playing on your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Two in the next decade with K-putt's Crysis 3 resolution hack.

You will be taken aback with excitement knowing that His tweak to the first-person shooter's main Windows program file lets the game's visuals run at up to a very wide 8K (specifically, 8,000 x 3,333). This is without a doubt the most amazing gaming experience you will ever have! At this rate, it means you will get about 13 times more pixels than you'd see in a 1080p image. The picture helps define the ways in which the next gen gaming will change our experience. The screenshots from these tweaks reveal images which appear to be detailed paintings. Even the tiniest of the objects have great details.

 

Unfortunately, the regular hot rod gaming PC is not going to be enough to play this game. This certainly requires more energy than you can possibly even imagine. Think of the giant graphics card, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan. Even this isn’t enough for running Crysis on three displays at 5,760 x 1,080. In order to get this running, you would need something with four times the pixel-pushing ability. 

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