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XbOne PS4 PC See how Battlefield 1 PS4 and Xbox One graphics stack up against PC’s Ultra settings

Discussion in 'Battlefield 1 News' started by OUTL4W, Oct 20, 2016.

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  1. OUTL4W

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    Battlefield 1’s graphics look pretty good no matter your platform of choice, but differences start to stand out when you look closer.

    With all platforms now having access to Battlefield 1, at least for Early Enlisters, we’re starting to see more and more comparison videos pit all three versions against each other. That’s just in the graphics department, though, as frame-rate tests tend to take longer to produce.

    In the video, YouTube channel Candyland sets all settings to Ultra and compares the same scenes on PC, PS4, and Xbox One to see which effects were cut down on consoles.

    Not only that, but the analysis looks at a few settings individually across all three. As you might expect, PS4 and Xbox One look very similar in almost all options on offer. PC delivers noticeably better shadows, post processing, and vegetation quality.

    That said, they are only really visible side by side, though the post processing effect has taken the worst hit on consoles. Xbox One’s lower resolution is also notifiable compared to PS4. As for texture and terrain quality, all three surprisingly offer the same quality.




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