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COD Ghosts PS4 Vs PS3, Xbox 360 shows painful differences

Call of Duty Ghosts has finally been unleashed to the world. The big question is though, did you opt for a current-gen version on PS3 and Xbox 360, or are you waiting for a more luxurious copy with a PS4 or Xbox One version?

If the answer to that question is the latter, you will want to check out this video that we have for you as it is simply unmissable. Now that the current-gen versions are out, graphics analysis between the various platforms are also going live at the same time.

Now, we are able to give you an exact look at how Infinity Ward has managed to get Call of Duty looking, in a COD Ghosts PS4 VS PS3 and Xbox 360 graphics showdown. Obviously a lot of gamers want to know the real deal between the differences on the current and next-gen platforms, with developers Infinity Ward showing no sign of being generous enough to give away this kind of information.

That means it is up to the community to spot the differences, and that is exactly what you’ll be able to do with the video below provided by IGN. Aside from offering a clear-cut look at the differences between the different versions of the game, there are also moments of pauses within the video allowing you to see a snapshot of graphical differences that may raise your eyebrows.

Big differences between current-gen and next-gen?
Big differences between current-gen and next-gen?

For reasons unknown, the Xbox One version is not included with the PS4 version as another comparison alternative. Is it because it is running at 720p compared to PS4 which is 1080p native – or is just because Microsoft has failed to make the Xbox One footage available for preview purposes?

Either way, we think you will all make your own conclusions on the differences based on the footage below. We have seen a lot of early complaints on how ‘bad’ the PS3 version looks – do you agree with these complaints or not? You decide.



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