Chalgyr's Game Room writes:
In an unpopular article, I recently demolished The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in a review for the PlayStation 4 due to technical issues and while I work closely with CD Projekt Red's fantastic support team in an attempt to work through the issues I felt it prudent to give the game another go on the Xbox One. While there had been one large hiccup (due not to technical issues in CD Projekt Red's release, but rather to a patch that Microsoft released for the Xbox One), it has largely been seen that there were fewer issues on the Xbox One than what I had seen on the PS4. Given that I truly enjoyed the story, I wanted to experience what it was like on a system that was running it in the fashion that I was expecting
While the PlayStation 4 tends to put out a higher resolution, the difference in Wild Hunt across the two platforms is negligible as Witcher 3 on the Xbox One is the systems best looking game. Period. Sure Destiny, Shadows of Mordor, Tomb Raider, and Grand Theft Auto 5 look great, but none of those games hold a candle to the pure graphical quality of the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on the Xbox One. In the prelude/tutorial section Geralt walks out onto a balcony overseeing the land surrounding Kaer Morhen and it is breathtakingly gorgeous. Surrounded by mountains, Kaer Morhen looks over a lush, pine-filled valley that stretches as far as the eye can see.