Rise of the Tomb Raider PS4 Pro and Xbox One Graphics Comparison

Rise of the Tomb Raider PS4 Pro and Xbox One Graphics Comparison

Is it worth the extra cash?

AS Unreal by AS Unreal on Sep 08, 2016 @ 09:59 AM (Staff Bios)
People absolutely love games with incredible graphics. However, there are plenty of games from the past that haven't had the best visual appeal and still did incredibly well. Technological advances are allowing developers to be able to create games that look realistic, as if you're watching a film instead of playing a game. The next-gen console jump has been pretty substantial, giving companies more room to work with graphically. With the launch of the PS4 Pro fast approaching, I wanted to take a minute to compare the graphical capabilities of Xbox One and PS4 Pro.

The following video is footage of the award winning game, Rise of the Tomb Raider, on both the Xbox One and PS4 Pro. Feel free to take a look and see the differences between the two machines. Granted, this isn't being compared to the Xbox One S, but it still gives an idea of what games will be looking like on the PS4 Pro.

The PS4 is much sharper than the Xbox and also appears as though it's able to get more color into the design. It's a little bit brighter, less shady, and overall it looks very crisp. Now, the Xbox graphics definitely aren't bad. I think pretty much every game released for the newer consoles look great and haven't had any major complaints in that department. My biggest concern at this point is if the boosted graphics is worth the $400 for the PS4. What do you guys think? Will you be dropping the cash for the upgraded console or pocketing that $400 for something else?


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