A detailed look at the visual fidelity of Injustice 2 on Xbox One S and Playstation 4 Pro, captured in 1080p 60fps.
No difference at all.
Wow. No extra love given to the pro version. They need to do a frame rate test too. Hopefully pro owners get a patch.
Garfield81, I actually agree with you on this one. Clearly 3rd party devs are going to be hit and miss when it comes to actually putting in the work to make Scorpio and ps4pro shine....btw remember these were both 1080p capture in this comparison, what res does the ps4pro version actually run at?
Well we don't know what will be needed for the Scorpio yet. We'll have to see how that pans out. I avoid statements that put them in the same boat. They are several things that M$ has done different from the pro and to assume that they will have the same result without at least hearing from M$ and developers feels wrong to me. This is about the Pro and has nothing to do with Scorpio.
@Garfield Scorpio will need the same exact thing, developed to make patches. Name me one 1st party PS4 game that launched after Pro that doesn't currently have Pro support. I love ppl like you who jump on one 3rd party game that released yesterday that perhaps hasn't gotten a Pro patch (or a significant one) yet. It's funny bc you talk about Pro only giving a marginal visual improvement when most Pro patched games are anywhere from 1440p to 2160p. A game that goes from 900p or 1080p to 1440p on Pro is generally considered a weak Pro patch, however, that is still a far more noticeable difference than a game that is checkerboard 4K on Pro compared if it were native 4K on Scorpio. Yet, ppl seem to think that IS a significant difference and far from "marginal". That really is on the low end of the spectrum as well, many Pro patched games are pushing 1800p, checkerboard 4K, 1620p at 60fps, better draw distances, higher texture res, enhanced graphical modes, high framerate modes, improved AA, and in some cases enhanced lighting fx. A game like fallout 4 was considered to have a weak Pro patch yet it improved to native 1440p, significantly better draw distances, better loads, and enhanced lighting fx. Even that "weak" Pro patch was most certainly more than a marginal difference. A game like Horizon improved from 1080p to 1800p checkerboarded to 4K with higher resolution textures. On PS4 Pro it is a stunning graphical result and a wonderful improvement. Horizon on PS4 Pro with a 4K hdr TV is simply a visual experience you just can't have on any other console. Games like Tomb Raider, The Surge, Ratchet, PES, BulletStorm Full Clip, Killing Floor 2, CoD IW, Little Nightmares, Watchdogs 2, Gravity Rush 2, Nioh, Horizon, No Man's sky, SE4, Bound, Rez Infinite, Resogun, FIFA, NBA 2k, MLB The Show 17, Paladins, Battleborn, Mantis Burn Racing, Viking Squad, Helldivers, AC Ezio Collection, Battlefield 1, TESO, KH 1.5+2.5 ect have great Pro modes.
And yet another comparison in 1080p....of course it looks the same. In a shitty video
i didnt know the one s can do 4k without upscaling...
PS4 wins, better controller for fighting games
PS4 wins because it gives out better kisses before bedtime.
@gangsta It does!? Hitting up best buy tomorrow!
sorry the ps4 is better for many things but the controller is definately not one of them . ps4 analogues are shifty and the layout position sucks
@chtisoadamson You don't use a controller's analog sticks for fighting games, you use the d-pad. With Mortal Kombat games and their relatively different combos that tend to use left, right, up, and down a lot, I actually prefer standard controllers over even FightSticks simply because the d-pad is better suited to it, and you don't need a ton of buttons either. In which case, I'd agree with YAO-BLING, the ds4 has a better d-pad. Something like KI you would want to invest in a FightStick.
Xbox one wins, better controller full stop.............
The Pro version had better anti-aliasing on the grass during the T-Rex section but that's the only real difference I spotted. Hardly a deal-breaker =]
Man! if that difference is the same scorpio will have over PS4 pro, The scorpio will be a tough sell!
"No difference at all." yes, well... that's what happens when you capture something at the exact same resolution/frame rate even though the Pro runs at a higher resolution.
There's zero difference in cinematics, but things do look a little sharper in gameplay. Just, not $400 to upgrade worth more.
Sell your current system to buy a pro. Pro upgrade price < $400. Actually it cost me $100 USD to upgrade
HDR mode on my S made everything super dark. I just turned it off.
You have to go to the options. It gives you a box to match the brightness. I play on my S and it looks great!
I did. I went to the HDR settings in the game and did what they told me to do, made it darker. This happens with every other game I play that has HDR options.
Weird... when i did it, it asked me to make the inner white square match the outter white square. Making it lighter. Try that or reset your tv to default?
I have trouble with HDR on my TV as well. I don't like the way it makes games or videos look. I keep it on the"gaming" setting and avoid HDR as a result. Wildlands is the only game that is a problem.
@jbaby After the last ps4 update I had an issue with one of my LG tv's. But I got a Sony Bravia and I haven't had an issue so far. I wonder if its certain tv's?
Same happened on my PS4. Adjust brightness like 81BX said. May also need to adjust brightness and contrast on your TV.
@cy it's probably the settings on your TV or the RGB mode setting on your Xbox is wrong.
Wow. If I were a pro owner, I'd be pissed. No way should a console that is 3 times as powerful should match the one S
The joke is on people that care about this stuff..as someone said, first party is where these consoles will shine. You really think third party devs will want to anger parts of their base to stand out on one console? I have a bridge to sell you.
That's not the reason
People specifically bought the Pro to have the superior version of a video game. Not putting in the extra work to use the hardware should make pro owners mad
Lol.. so why is it that most games look and run better on PS4. Did the developers think about the Xbox fanbase when they get 720p/900p games?
PS4 Pro gets no love again.
im gonna have to rub this in my co-worker face tomorrow he's a injustice fan!!!!!
More proof that devs aren't going to take advantage of extra power if its them that has to do all the work to get said platform to look and perform better. With PS4 Pro, devs have to treat every "mode" they create as its own thing. It would essentially be like them creating for another console with every new "mode". Devs simply aren't going to do that. They are going to do exactly what Sony says they must do and nothing more. This puts consumers buying a Pro in a bit of a jam though...it means they are paying extra for a box that really isn't going to show a difference for the vast majority of games they play on it vs other platforms. It means most of the time they see a difference, it will be with first party titles where Sony is paying them to put in that extra work...
Here we go. Can't wait for the Scorpio to come out. We're going to be seeing these everyday. Guess we should start getting used to it.
Why are we even reading this graphics should not be what makes a game only the fun factor right I hope this stuff stop when the Scorpio comes out just playing lol
The facial animations in this game are better than the acting in Batman V Superman . . . Pretty dang impressive for a fighting game. The story really makes me want to see Rocksteady team with the same writers to make a Justice League game.
There actually is a difference but the video does state that the capture is in 1080p. The PS4 Pro version runs at 1440p.
Who would have guessed compare 2 versions of a game with both running at 1080 at 60 FPS and they look identical. IGNs next video comparing identical twins to see if you can tell the difference.
Its because the Pro version has the OPTION to super sample, thus can and should look better but on a 1080p TV will not.
the game looks great in general. there's no need for these comparisons anymore unless there's a noticeable difference. people have already purchased whatever console they're gonna play their multiplats on at this point, or know which one they're gonna get eventually. no casual consumer would ever know about these to ever use them to their advantage even if there was a difference lol
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