Xbox 360 and One always goes for a high contrast look, making Playstation images look more washed out. I don't like it. It disturbs the look, crushes the blacks, but I can understand why some prefer it that way.
I think we can all agree that the PC version looks the best, unequivocally. The differences between the Xbone and PS4 aren't as immediately substantial as I'd initially think they'd be. There is a difference, just not as big as I played up in my head.
Depending on the PC you have you could also be forced play this in 720p and 900p on PC. 1080p is about the averaged this days, but you might not get 60fps. If you have the money, on high end pc's you're looking at 1440p/1600p. Not even talking about 3D and triple monitor setups.
Even if it was 1080 60fps. The PC could do 1080p 120fps. PC was always going to, "win". Comments like these are silly.
The jaggies for the XB1 are pretty bad. I feel the PS4 version should look sharper due to the resolution bump, but it is a notch better than XB1 for sure. The XB1 version loses so much detail due to being preposterously dark.
This should surely be a home run for Sony's console, but what is likely to be a software-based upscale to 1080p delivers less-than-stellar returns, and for better or worse leaves the Xbox One with an often crisper looking, albeit much more aliased image.
This is the big thing here, I would say. Higher frame rate, overall higher FPS. Technically the PS4 version is superior.
On a side note, it seems like Msoft have been aware that the Xbox One will have a problem outputting a higher resolution, hence the custom scaler chip. Games will still definitely look good on the system.
However, I wonder how big the disparity will be in a couple of years.
It seems the XO's textures has higher contrast and are sharpened to make up for the lower resolution. While people are saying the XO version is better looking, the PS4 version's look is actually closer to the PC version, with a softer image quality.