Forza Motorsport 5 is also on the Xbox One problem with the anti-aliasing. As has now betrayed namely Dan Greenawalt from Turn 10 developers, it would need quite a 4K resolution, perhaps to completely prevent the formation of unsightly edges.
How has betrayed Dan Greenawalt from Turn 10 developers, the upcoming Forza Motorsport 5 is also on the Xbox One, despite significantly more computing power still have problems with the anti-aliasing. Accordingly, it will continue to be seen unsightly edges in next-gen racing game despite 60 frames per second and 1080p resolution. "Yes, it has changed with Forza 5, but the biggest problem is the car, especially with ventilation slots at the rear," said Greenawalt. Furthermore, could the contrast which occurs when a bright sky, provide for the reluctant watched aliasing.
It continues:.. "Forza 4 ran at 720p and now we have Forza 5 at 1080p and 60 FPS There is much post processing I think it will still be seen at the vents because it comes with a digital camera would be different. " 5 to completely prevent aliasing in Forza Motorsport, it would take, according to Greenawalt already a 4K resolution. Will appear Forza Motorsport 5 for the launch of the Xbox One in November 2013.