The so-called "resolutiongate" surrounding the early cross-format games is raising concerns about the difference between the two machines
Call of Duty: Ghosts runs natively at 720p on the Xbox One, whereas the PS4 manages 1080p
Battlefield 4 runs natively at 720p on Xbox One compared with 900p on the PS4
PlayStation 4 launches in the US Nov. 15, and in Europe and Australia on Nov. 29
Xbox One launches in most territories on Nov. 22
With the launches of Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One now a matter of mere days away, excitement and hype levels have entered the stratosphere. On paper, the PlayStation 4 has arguably looked the more capable games console, with Xbox One tailored more as an all-in media hub. But with the first cross-format games emerging, some are concerned that the performance gap may be bigger than foretold. Why? And can the gap be closed?
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