- Sep 23, 2011
1. The PS4 (on paper) is more powerful. Get over it.
2. Numerous developers have already stated that the SDK for the Xbox One needs improving. And according to the dev team at Rebellion, the SDK update is either coming or has gone live already. The upcoming improvements should, according to Rebellion, solve the 1080p issue in future games. Unfortunately, it does nothing for the games currently in the pipeline such as MGS5.
3. The Xbox One version is likely being coded by a separate team much like how Titanfall on the 360 is being coded by a separate team. Unless you seriously believe that the same team is coding for all four systems at once...
4. These systems have only been on the shelf for a couple of months and will likely be on the shelf for the next decade. A much more fair comparison would be in 3-4 years, past both systems necessary SDK improvements and once developers can truly take advantage of both consoles.
1. Yes it is, but future games that will take full advantage of its hardware (Sony exclusive games) will look amazing because of it.
2. That's good news, but when you say "not for games currently in the pipeline", I hope that doesn't include games that are a bit far away, like Watchdogs and The Division.
3. Yeah, obviously. You're right, who would believe that one single team is coding for ALL the systems at once?
4. I feel in 1-3 years, things will improve a lot.
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