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Two questions regarding NHL 22 - does anyone know the answer to these?

1.) Will the graphical presentation be the same on the Series X and the Series S?

2.) Will we be able to customize superstar x-factors in custom rosters? As in, shifting around who has what x-factor.

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  • I am pretty sure that the answer to both of those questions is yes. I will say that I am not 100% sure but I'm pretty close.

    Isn't the series x and s both next gen?
  • I am pretty sure that the answer to both of those questions is yes. I will say that I am not 100% sure but I'm pretty close.

    Isn't the series x and s both next gen?

    The Series S is a weaker system meant for 2k performance at best. Their CPUs are the same but graphics are a bit behind compared to the Series X.
  • I dont believe the game is 4k so there shouldnt be any difference in the graphics between those systems...2nd one no one other than ea will be able to tell you until launch
  • Follisimo wrote: »
    I am pretty sure that the answer to both of those questions is yes. I will say that I am not 100% sure but I'm pretty close.

    Isn't the series x and s both next gen?

    The Series S is a weaker system meant for 2k performance at best. Their CPUs are the same but graphics are a bit behind compared to the Series X.

    Ah thanks for that, I didn't know there was that much of a difference
  • I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

  • Sega82mega wrote: »
    I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

    There is a ton of movies that support 4k. 8k at the moment is merely in the very early stages of even becoming a real thing. We won't see that for probably 5-7yrs and even then it won't be highly adopted. But 4k is very common now and gonna be like that for awhile since affordable technology is out there now for it. I'm a tech geek so when new things come out I tend to get them to be 1 of the 1st adopters. It's a joy of mine.
  • Sega82mega
    4308 posts Member
    edited September 18
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

    There is a ton of movies that support 4k. 8k at the moment is merely in the very early stages of even becoming a real thing. We won't see that for probably 5-7yrs and even then it won't be highly adopted. But 4k is very common now and gonna be like that for awhile since affordable technology is out there now for it. I'm a tech geek so when new things come out I tend to get them to be 1 of the 1st adopters. It's a joy of mine.

    I had a hunch you could be the one to answer..

    But okey - sounds good.

    https://gamerant.com/ps5-games-4k-60-fps/

    So NHL won't be at 4k for the nearest future - perhaps..?

    You go with a gaming monitor or a TV that support 4k?

    How many inches is your? 🙄😁

    Im not a tech geek - but I love to be a part of the tech.

    Cant wait to try virtual reality. I wonder where this will end...



    Im gonna have so much fun - being at the old people's home catching chick's with my VR-glasses... 😄
  • Sega82mega wrote: »
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

    There is a ton of movies that support 4k. 8k at the moment is merely in the very early stages of even becoming a real thing. We won't see that for probably 5-7yrs and even then it won't be highly adopted. But 4k is very common now and gonna be like that for awhile since affordable technology is out there now for it. I'm a tech geek so when new things come out I tend to get them to be 1 of the 1st adopters. It's a joy of mine.

    I had a hunch you could be the one to answer..

    But okey - sounds good.

    https://gamerant.com/ps5-games-4k-60-fps/

    So NHL won't be at 4k for the nearest future - perhaps..?

    You go with a gaming monitor or a TV that support 4k?

    How many inches is your? 🙄😁

    Im not a tech geek - but I love to be a part of the tech.

    Cant wait to try virtual reality. I wonder where this will end...



    Im gonna have so much fun - being at the old people's home catching chick's with my VR-glasses... 😄

    I'm pretty sure NHL is on 4k already.

    This is the monitor I use for gaming.
    https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824716002?Description=aorus&cm_re=aorus-_-24-716-002-_-Product
  • Sega82mega
    4308 posts Member
    edited September 19
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

    There is a ton of movies that support 4k. 8k at the moment is merely in the very early stages of even becoming a real thing. We won't see that for probably 5-7yrs and even then it won't be highly adopted. But 4k is very common now and gonna be like that for awhile since affordable technology is out there now for it. I'm a tech geek so when new things come out I tend to get them to be 1 of the 1st adopters. It's a joy of mine.

    I had a hunch you could be the one to answer..

    But okey - sounds good.

    https://gamerant.com/ps5-games-4k-60-fps/

    So NHL won't be at 4k for the nearest future - perhaps..?

    You go with a gaming monitor or a TV that support 4k?

    How many inches is your? 🙄😁

    Im not a tech geek - but I love to be a part of the tech.

    Cant wait to try virtual reality. I wonder where this will end...



    Im gonna have so much fun - being at the old people's home catching chick's with my VR-glasses... 😄

    I'm pretty sure NHL is on 4k already.

    This is the monitor I use for gaming.
    https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824716002?Description=aorus&cm_re=aorus-_-24-716-002-_-Product

    Little did I know. (about nhl being 4k already.. 🙄)

    https://www.wepc.com/gaming-monitor/compare/60hz-120hz-144hz-240hz/

    The Hz may effect your input-lag huh?

    Sounds like you pretty much got the best of both worlds...(picture quality and responsiveness)

    Not bad - but as the tech-geek you said you are - it would be a crime if you didn't had a 'flashy' monitor..

    I think it can make a big difference.

    My monitor is not a flat screen - I have a curved one - all though, starting to have a few years on its back, I should probebly considering to switch-up to something better... 🤔😊
  • Sega82mega wrote: »
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

    There is a ton of movies that support 4k. 8k at the moment is merely in the very early stages of even becoming a real thing. We won't see that for probably 5-7yrs and even then it won't be highly adopted. But 4k is very common now and gonna be like that for awhile since affordable technology is out there now for it. I'm a tech geek so when new things come out I tend to get them to be 1 of the 1st adopters. It's a joy of mine.

    I had a hunch you could be the one to answer..

    But okey - sounds good.

    https://gamerant.com/ps5-games-4k-60-fps/

    So NHL won't be at 4k for the nearest future - perhaps..?

    You go with a gaming monitor or a TV that support 4k?

    How many inches is your? 🙄😁

    Im not a tech geek - but I love to be a part of the tech.

    Cant wait to try virtual reality. I wonder where this will end...



    Im gonna have so much fun - being at the old people's home catching chick's with my VR-glasses... 😄

    I'm pretty sure NHL is on 4k already.

    This is the monitor I use for gaming.
    https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824716002?Description=aorus&cm_re=aorus-_-24-716-002-_-Product

    Little did I know. (about nhl being 4k already.. 🙄)

    https://www.wepc.com/gaming-monitor/compare/60hz-120hz-144hz-240hz/

    The Hz may effect your input-lag huh?

    Sounds like you pretty much got the best of both worlds...(picture quality and responsiveness)

    Not bad - but as the tech-geek you said you are - it would be a crime if you didn't had a 'flashy' monitor..

    I think it can make a big difference.

    My monitor is not a flat screen - I have a curved one - all though, starting to have a few years on its back, I should probebly considering to switch-up to something better... 🤔😊

    Yeah your tv/monitor has an ms input/lag aspect to it also. So it adds up with your internet connection too. Most tvs are usually in the higher end of MS because they don't value it that highly. Most good tvs that advertise gaming are less than 20ms now these days.

    This is a great website that goes into details about tvs the good the bad and ugly parts of it.
    https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/best/by-usage/video-gaming

    The ultimate goal for sports titles isn't 4k even if it does look a slight bit nicer. The ultimate goal should be aiming for 120fps because it's truly a game changer when it comes to gaming. NHL series could easily do a 2k/120 performance mode and still have the graphics mode at the usually 4k/60
  • Sega82mega
    4308 posts Member
    edited September 19
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    Follisimo wrote: »
    Sega82mega wrote: »
    I dont get this thing about '2k, 4k, 8k' - why we already are up on 8k but where hardly have any movies that support 4k...

    Take a chill-pill world of technology - let the people catch up..

    There is a ton of movies that support 4k. 8k at the moment is merely in the very early stages of even becoming a real thing. We won't see that for probably 5-7yrs and even then it won't be highly adopted. But 4k is very common now and gonna be like that for awhile since affordable technology is out there now for it. I'm a tech geek so when new things come out I tend to get them to be 1 of the 1st adopters. It's a joy of mine.

    I had a hunch you could be the one to answer..

    But okey - sounds good.

    https://gamerant.com/ps5-games-4k-60-fps/

    So NHL won't be at 4k for the nearest future - perhaps..?

    You go with a gaming monitor or a TV that support 4k?

    How many inches is your? 🙄😁

    Im not a tech geek - but I love to be a part of the tech.

    Cant wait to try virtual reality. I wonder where this will end...



    Im gonna have so much fun - being at the old people's home catching chick's with my VR-glasses... 😄

    I'm pretty sure NHL is on 4k already.

    This is the monitor I use for gaming.
    https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824716002?Description=aorus&cm_re=aorus-_-24-716-002-_-Product

    Little did I know. (about nhl being 4k already.. 🙄)

    https://www.wepc.com/gaming-monitor/compare/60hz-120hz-144hz-240hz/

    The Hz may effect your input-lag huh?

    Sounds like you pretty much got the best of both worlds...(picture quality and responsiveness)

    Not bad - but as the tech-geek you said you are - it would be a crime if you didn't had a 'flashy' monitor..

    I think it can make a big difference.

    My monitor is not a flat screen - I have a curved one - all though, starting to have a few years on its back, I should probebly considering to switch-up to something better... 🤔😊

    Yeah your tv/monitor has an ms input/lag aspect to it also. So it adds up with your internet connection too. Most tvs are usually in the higher end of MS because they don't value it that highly. Most good tvs that advertise gaming are less than 20ms now these days.

    This is a great website that goes into details about tvs the good the bad and ugly parts of it.
    https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/best/by-usage/video-gaming

    The ultimate goal for sports titles isn't 4k even if it does look a slight bit nicer. The ultimate goal should be aiming for 120fps because it's truly a game changer when it comes to gaming. NHL series could easily do a 2k/120 performance mode and still have the graphics mode at the usually 4k/60

    I wanna be a 'perfectionist' when it comes to the latency - im really sensetive at that part. Slightest delay can really destroy your own feeling to the game.

    Thats why I cant really see a good reason to buy a TV - If you are a gamer. Moving from TV to monitor is by far the best thing I did - considering the 'input lag/latency' situation.

    I became much more accurate in every aspect of the game.

    And you also seem to be able to get a pretty big size at your monitor - for still good money.

    But ofc - two in one would be good with the TV - could save us some money.

    Nah perhaps sport games dosent have the need to be 'stunning'. Like many other's game have..

    https://coolmaterial.com/media/most-beautiful-video-games/

    Alan Wake looks fantastic.

    I wonder which movie and game thats considering to be the most wonderful experience - I remember when Avatar got out... And ofc the ring of the lord.

    Lets hope for a 120fps to the NHL serie then.. Would be interesting to hear more about the future - regarding this kinda stuff, for the NHL franchise. What they aiming for and so..

    Soon there wont be so much standing in the way - of making fantastic video games, perhaps more a question of money and knowledge.

    (thanks for the link - saving that for a better need in the future)
  • X-factors should be customizable in theory. They’re extremely subjective.
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