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Neverwinter Xbox One vs PC Screenshot Comparison: How Does the Console Version Stack Up?

Neverwinter has just been released on Xbox One, bringing some more MMORPG action to Microsoft’s console. UI and controls aside, the game is very similar to the PC version, but how do the graphics compare?

Turns out, not too well.

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Bigpappy1476d ago

It looks a tad bit sharper on PC. Other than that the backgrounds are a bit different in some shots. But the game is pretty much the same game. This comparison seems to lack significance.

starchild1476d ago

Yeah, it's not really a graphically demanding game in the first place. Pretty similar here overall.

Gamer19821476d ago

Are you blind?? The Xbox One version looks terrible and has tons of graphical content cut look at this shot for example his box is missing the tree in the background is cut down not to mention his chain mail and its only a basic shot with next to nothing on screen and should easily be able to be rendered by the xbox one its a horrible port!
http://cdn4.dualshockers.co... - Xbox
http://cdn3.dualshockers.co... - PC

UmbrellaBlimp1476d ago

Some one forgot to drink their coffee this morning >.>

xxmagicmanx1475d ago

Dualshockers link Lol! Go away little p.ony

BallsEye1476d ago

Looks a bit better on PC obviously, but game is much more enjoyable on console for some reason. I tried it on PC and uninstalled it after few hours. On a console it just feels different. Big hopes for ESO.

Eddie201011475d ago (Edited 1475d ago )

They tried to match the settings on the PC to what they are on the Xbox One. In reality the settings set to max on PC make the game look much better than the Xbox One version.

It runs considerably worse on the Xbox One than on a good PC. Lots of lag in game and other glitches. Needs a few more patches and networks fixes.

Final fantasy 14 looks great and has very little lag, go figure.

I like playing Neverwinter on Xbox One because it works very well with a controller but still needs some work.

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ninsigma1476d ago

I don't see too much of a difference. Imo, pc wins out on hair and shadows. Colour probably a bit better on oc too. Nothing wrong with how the xbox version looks really, they're much the same.

Chuuzuu1475d ago (Edited 1475d ago )

I agree, sure the pc should look better, but it's not quite as dramatic a difference as the author tries to point out.

GenuineGamer1476d ago (Edited 1476d ago )

PC version is def sharper, Most likely it has a higher resolution. And some slight differences in background but nothing major. Trees with more foliage and so on.

Its not a graphically intensive game so i am surprised its not identical but tbh it pretty much is apart from the aforementioned differences.

I can definitely see this game improving performance wise over time through updates but for now its out and it is what it is, and really its fine :)

and its FREE

Cant really complain, however if this was a full price game it would be another story.

lemoncake1476d ago (Edited 1476d ago )

The controller works a lot better than the keyboard and mouse setup in this game and that's the biggest difference between the two.

@krew: the pc version doesn't have native controller support, unless that's changed in last couple months and the work arounds are not as good.

Krew_921476d ago

Good thing you can use a controller on the PC as well.

Krew_921476d ago

Well that's unfortunate. Apologies for not researching, just it's such a standard feature on PC games to have controller support so I assumed. Thanks for the correction.

DougLord1476d ago

Yeah the game wasn't very good on PC. I don't think this has changed although ESO did get a lot better - so who knows.

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