Another comparison has been made between “Battlefield 4” on next-generation consoles and the recently-released PC version. According to a report by Joystiq on Oct. 30, the PS4 and Xbox One iterations hold but well graphically with several issues compared to the first-person shooter running on a powerful personal computer.
The PS4 version of “Battlefield 4” looked the most similar to the PC copy. However, it still suffers from pop-in issues where objects occasionally take a few seconds to load. The multiplayer portion that was shown off was also plagued by the “CE-34878-0” error code, which is apparently a problem related to the online connection.
“Battlefield 4”on the Xbox One did not look as sharp as the other two versions due to its native 720p rendering. As a result, the visuals lack the anti-aliasing effects, making objects appeared to have jagged edges at long distances. Both next-generation consoles iteratios ran at a consistent 60 frames per second although the two are also plagued by some lighting issues.
Overall, Joystiq believed that the first-person shooter looked “nearly identical” on the PC and PS4 while the Xbox One version did not look as sharp. “Battlefield 4,” which is now available for the PC, will be released for the PS4 on Nov. 15 in addition to the Xbox One on Nov. 22. You can check out a few of its screens in the slideshow near the top of this article. You can order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Battlefield 4,” PS4 and Xbox One