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The Latest Image Problem for Microsoft's Xbox One

Microsoft's (MSFT) Xbox One and Sony's (SNE) PlayStation 4 are slated to hit American retailers in less than a month, and launch details are still shifting. While pre-order stocks are mostly accounted for and both systems are likely to sell out of their launch production, a highly competitive industry dictates that early success is more important than ever. Although it's been known for a while that the PlayStation 4 has better hardware than the Xbox One, recent news that Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty: Ghosts will offer better resolution on Sony's platform has the potential for a major impact. What does this development suggest for the future of the Xbox One?

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4logpc974d ago (Edited 974d ago )

Last I checked, there's is zero confirmation Ghosts is running at 720 on xbone.

Why not wait for confirmation?

If it is running in 1080.... 70% of this piece is filled with wrong information.

MasterCornholio974d ago

They already confirmed it to run in 1080p on the PS4 which is why I don't understand why they haven't confirmed the Xbox One version yet unless that version is inferior to 1080P.

All it takes is an simple tweet from an Activision employee.

Nexus 7 2013

G20WLY974d ago (Edited 974d ago )

This site has shares in Microsoft and even THEY can see the problems they're facing.

While it's about time the smug grin was wiped from the face of the Xbox division, it's not just themselves they're letting down with silly decisions, but the gamer and the industry too. :(

Gamers need there to be STRONG competition in order for companies to strive to keep their custom by providing better gaming experiences.

Early signs for the coming generation are equal parts exciting and troubling...

ShowGun901974d ago

if these companies had ANYTHING positive to say about COD ghosts graphics they would have said it already.

...and they did.

it looks "fantastic"

no numbers, just an opinion. remember, this is the kind of crap you get when the answer isn't what they WANT to say. if its positive they say it, if its negative, its NDA's and corporate double talk all the way...