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Madden NFL 18 Supports 4K and 1080p on the PlayStation 4 Pro, No Word on HDR

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Madden NFL 18 Supports 4K and 1080p on the PlayStation 4 Pro, No Word on HDR

Madden NFL 18 will support both 4K and 1080p resolutions on the PlayStation 4 Pro at launch. Unfortunately, EA has no announcement at this time, regarding HDR support.

There was nothing specifically mentioned for the Xbox One S or Xbox One X at this time. Check out the official word GameSpot received from EA below.

“Madden NFL 18 supports PS4 Pro at launch in both 4K and 1080p, with no update needed. If a gamer chooses to run Madden NFL 18 in 4K, they will see improved resolution, if they choose to run the game in 1080p, they will see improved framerate in certain areas of the presentation. Core gameplay will render at 60fps regardless. We have no announcements to make regarding HDR support at this time.”

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  1. I asked Rex about madden on the Xbox X at E3 and he told me directly that the Xbox X will run 4k 60 frames HDR.   I'm hoping HDR gets squeezed onto the Xbox S for the meanwhile 
    HDR probably won't be pushed to Pro until 1X drops and I wouldn't be surprised if MS has a hand in this since they're in bed together with this vault/early access situation. 
    Either way, I won't really benefit since my Pro still needs a 4K TV to be married to. Maybe after Black Friday, finally.
    i believe the Madden Xbox One X listing on the Microsoft site lists HDR as a feature for the enhanced version, so arguably, both PS4 and X1X should support HDR.
    Also, really good that EA Clarified this, to put those conspiracy theories to rest.
    More important in my opinion

    HDR is more beneficial *then 4k by a pretty significant margin *

    4k is great, but I agree that HDR is better. 2k had HDR last year. Don't understand why still no HDR on EA sports games....
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