So this has been the big debate over the last week and now we finally have a confirmation for you. Gamers have been wondering about the resolution for Call of Duty Ghosts PS4 Vs Xbox One and now Infinity Ward has confirmed – COD Ghosts is 720p on the Xbox One.
We had been telling you about the rumors that had been mounting up, with our last update on this even being called a ‘fanboy report’ by some Xbox One gamers who just didn’t want to believe what could be coming.
Now, we’re pleased to see that the debate is now over and we can all look forward to playing a great game on both platforms. Infinity Ward’s Mark Rubin has confirmed on Twitter that the Xbox One version is only 720p upscaled to 1080p, while the PS4 version will run Call of Duty Ghosts at 1080p native.
Here is what he said on Twitter, in its entirety:
As you can imagine, Xbox One fans are shocked with the news, especially with it coming out so close to launch and many having already pre-ordered the game. We have seen some fierce activity on Twitter, with a lot of you now threatening to cancel pre-orders and pick up the PS4 version instead, solely due to the resolution confirmation.
Here is a few example of just what 720p means to you, compared to 1080p native on PS4:
— Rezkingx (@Rezkingx) October 30, 2013
And the threats start:
— Davy Moyes (@DavyMoyes) October 30, 2013
@majornelson I would have canceled my pre order after this 720p news for Cod.Thank god I didn't preorder and have to waste energy canceling.
— wayne crawley (@soolander) October 30, 2013
More unhappy gamers:
So COD: ghosts now also confirmed as 720p on xbox one. Time to cancel me pre order lol
— James Bushe (@tallynator101) October 30, 2013
I legit might have to cancel my Xbox One COD Ghosts pre order and get the PS4 version.
— Anthony King (@RealAnthonyKing) October 30, 2013
So there we have it. Xbox One is confirmed at 720p, just before the November 5 launch and it looks like many of you are unhappy about it. Are these gamers above over-reacting, or do you think it is fully justified? Give us your reaction to the news below.
Will you cancel your Xbox One pre-order or still enjoy the game at 720p upscaled?