The lights are on
Hideo Kojima and Konami have released a video that neatly showcases the visual differences between the the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 versions of the game.
The video walks through some sequences we have seen before, and also shows Snake running through the world. It breaks it down by framerate, and also zooms in onto textures to offer close up looks. All the versions of the game look really good – even the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions – but in this video, PlayStation 4 seems to have the edge.
Earlier this week, Kojima and Konami offered a photographic look at the differences between the new- and last-gen versions of the game. You can check that out here.
You can also find the video on Konami's official YouTube channel, which will allow you to turn up the video's resolution to its maximum settings.
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I can't honestly tell the difference. They all look pretty good.
It's pretty impressive what Kojima did with the current-gen models.
The leap in quality from PS3 to PS4 seems fairly significant while the difference in 360 to XB1 seems pretty minimal. While the PS4 looks the best, I think the game looks pretty good on all platforms. Kinda upset though to see the XB1 fall to the PS4 in graphics this much.
Wow... the improvement between PS3 and PS4 is huge compared to the 360 to XBone
Slightly sharper textures on PS4--exact same gameplay on all four platforms.