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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Currently Runs at 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One - VGChartz

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Currently Runs at 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 27 January 2015 / 5,166 Views

Developer CD Project Red recently did a preview event for their game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The game currently runs at 1080p for the PlayStation 4 and 900p for the Xbox One, according to German website Gamestar and translated by VG247. The developer is working hard to get the Xbox One version running at 1080p.

Both versions of the game run at 30fps. The textures in the PlayStation 4 version appear to be sharper than on the Xbox One. However, the PC version is better looking than either console version.

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6 Comments

TaMpAbLaCk (on 27 January 2015)

This is a major trend in 3rd party software. X1 just does not have the power.


sterner (on 27 January 2015)

>Both versions of the game run at 30fps. The textures in the PlayStation 4 version appear to be sharper than on the Xbox One. However, the PC version is better looking than either console version. More news at 11


SamLeheny (on 28 January 2015)

I'd like it if console games gave us simple graphics options. Nothing like PC or course, just the option between higher frame rate with lesser graphics or better graphics but lower frame rate. People are never going to agree on which is more important, why not let them pick. Yeah it means more work optimising both options, but it means publishers/developers don't have constantly be embarrassed.


Skratchy (on 27 January 2015)

Just another game to add to the list. The real test would be to see how an exclusive like The Order would run on the Xbone. Not that that would ever happen or anything, and we already know the answer :P


IFireflyl (on 27 January 2015)

I'll be getting the PC version.


Chazore (on 27 January 2015)

PC version I heard is getting some downgrades, probably due to last gen hardware, none the elss I'll be grabbing the PC version since CD Proj are mainly PC guys.