Someone’s Suing Sony Over the Resolution in Killzone: Shadow Fall

a killzone-shadow-fallSomebody's seriously suing Sony over Killzone: Shadow Fall's resolution in multiplayer, saying it's not "native" 1080p. 'merica.

 

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Somebody's seriously suing Sony over Killzone: Shadow Fall's resolution multiplayer, saying it's not "native" 1080p. HIs name is Douglas Ladore and he's a Californian who says that Sony used "false advertising" when they claimed that Shadow Fall's multiplayer would run at the aforementioned resolution.

 

 

His lawsuit says that Sony is guilty of "negligent misrepresentation, false advertisement, unfair competition and fraud." It also reads, "Unfortunately, Sony's marketing and on-box representations turned out to be nothing more than fiction."

 

 

The multiplayer in Shadow Fall utilizes a technique called “temporal reprojection” to boost the resolution to 1080p from a source image with a lower resolution. Plaintiff Ladore says that this isn't “native” and that therefore Sony’s is guilty of false advertising.

 

 

The law firm representing Ladore is Edelson PC, the same firm that is handling the lawsuit against Gearbox over the whole Aliens: Colonial Marines debacle.