Sony provided some clarity today on the PlayStation 4 with a comprehensive FAQ that touched on everything from big-picture concerns like the launch lineup (21 games, as of now) to minute details like MP3 support (no dice). Check out our StoryStream for
Infinity Ward did some clarifying of its own today, with Call of Duty: Ghosts executive producer Mark Rubin confirming the resolutions for the next-generation versions of the game on Twitter. Ghosts will run natively in 1080p on PS4, and will be upscaled to 1080p from 720p on Xbox One — decisions that the studio made in order to ensure the game would run at 60 frames per second on both consoles.
Folks who aren't interested in picking up either a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One might want to consider putting that $400 or $500, respectively, toward a new gaming computer. We spoke with representatives for two computer manufacturers, Velocity Micro and Origin PC, who gave us two different options for speccing out a starter PC.