Looks to me like XO's Anisotropic Filtering is better, sharper, more detailed.
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do these test factor in the Xbox One's fabled cloud-rendering capability? I'm dying to see if that capability is the game changer I think/hope it will be.
I agree it does look sharper, clearer and more detailed on the XO :)
I cant wait to get mine :)
For the few % difference in performance you would not buy the console solely based on performance, its not every a real factor its that small. I ended up going with the xbox because of its interface and what it can do. For me 2-5fps difference on a console doesn't make a difference.
Regardless be it PS4 or Xbox One, everyone well be happy with whatever they get. They are both marked improvements from the previous consoles.
To date, no game has announced support for the cloud rendering option, and MS has given no guidance on when that might happen. I would not buy an Xbox One based on this theoretical capability. I wouldn't buy a PS4 for it, either.
I never recommend people buy things based on what might happen at some point farther down the line.
Wow, they both look awful.
are you a pc elitist?(also check battelfield friends on youtube for hilarious reference)
I played it this morning on PC. Runs so much better then beta did. Looks awesome too :)
man just going by the eye test, it looks to me like they turned the brightness up on the monitor playing ps4 and turned the brightness down on the xbox one and the reason I say this is; you see more details on items on xbox in well lighted areas but with the ps4 you see more detail in darker areas of the game for instance, when he's handed the explosive it's all dark and no detail on xbox and on ps4 you can see the buttons and various things on the explosive. I'm doubtful that either console will look like these screenshots when you get the game and make your own monitor adjustments. But if this test is real i'm glad I preordered ps4 because with the ability to see better in darker areas will make it harder for people to hide in the shadows while playing multi-player online.
The "details" or "textures" on the Xbox One are not better. They are simply artificially enhanced. Sometimes that works well, other times it backfires. I would rather have the unadulterated image of the PS4. The Xbone applies artificial sharpening which is why you think you can see more "detail". All of the detail on the PS4 is there, it simply isn't being put through a sharpening, saturation and contrast filter that the Xbone applies to every game that I've seen so far. You could make the textures look "better" on a PS4 if you simply up the sharpness/color/contrast on your TV. I own both consoles but I still prefer the PC option when available.
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