Hard evidence of the PS4's frame-rate lead for the retail release of Battlefield 4 - even with its 50 per cent increase in resolution it can typically command a 10fps+ advantage during our stress-tests. However, both versions do have their pitfalls.
There's grasping at straws to back up a failing argument, and then there's this.
ProvenD: My eyes told me that the Xbone version of BF4 is better!
GAF: Dude, sites have done actual performance testing and the Xbone version was worse.
ProvenD: Na-uh not true.
GAF: Here's a link to one.
ProvenD: Digital Foundry says you're wrong.
GAF: But, wha, eh, eeh?
At the moment, the PS4 can just about compete with a high end PC.
So is this *mostly* due to the paltry 32 MB of RAM, or simply an issue of raw horsepower?
I would be shocked if the PS4 is just straight up 100% faster than the XBOX 1. The FLOPS difference is not nearly that large.
This early into the generation and the disparity between the machines is already pretty evident. On the plus side it also looks like we're going to see some superb games as devs get used to the systems.
Yeah only on PC will you get 4k res,with 4k textures at 60+fps with all the new nextgen games, The Witcher 3 will look amazing on my monitor @ 4k60fps/ultra settingsThe PS4 can do 4k now? That is impressive for a console that only costs $399.
it's almost as if COD , AC and BF never happened. Resolution or FPS and in some ... Both