PES 2015 PS4 Vs Xbox One for 1080p, 60FPS

By Alan Ng - Jul 4, 2014

Those of you who are planning to pick up PES 2015 on PS4 later this year have been given some very good news. It looks like Konami are treating the PS4 as the lead platform as the developer has already been happy to confirm that PES 2015 on PS4 will be running at 1080p at 60FPS.

This is the benchmark that all developers are looking for on next-gen, but as we’ve seen in the space of a year – many developers have not been able to manage it. Even more so on Xbox One, when we’ve seen numerous games not able to output at the same resolution compared to PS4.

PES 2015 may be the next game on this list. While Konami has confirmed that 1080p and 60FPS is ‘locked’ on PS4, they are unable to confirm at this point whether or not the Xbox One version will be the same.

The news comes from Videogamer who quotes creative producer Naoya Hatsumi who has said that “PES Productions is still at a stage where we can’t give a definite yes.” – when asked if PES 2015 would be 1080p and 60FPS on Xbox One.

He also said that the team are working on the other platforms though at a ‘parallel’ to PS4, so it’s not a done deal just yet. Remember that FIFA 14 on Xbox One was 60FPS and 1080p so we should really expect Konami to follow suit as well.

Are you liking the look of PES 2015 this year – enough to buy it over FIFA 15, or do you think EA’s game still rules supreme at the moment?

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  • It should be about the games

    So this generation is defined by three things: resolution, frames per second and, now it would seem, microtransactions as well. I’m only interested in frames per second. Resolution is not at all important, but even less so are the microtransactions that have started to appear in the games that already cost £50 to play. I don’t agree with pay-to-win on mobiles when the games cost, at most, a tenth of that price. Please, don’t let this continue to be a thing.

    • own wiiu, ps3, ps4, 360, xbone

      I totally agree, yet people want to make a big deal about this. As if this honestly makes a huge difference in playing the game. The games look weather at 1080p or not. Would be nice with the new consoles but as long as the game looks clear and plays good that should be enough.

      • oskamikey

        I played COD Ghosts on my Xbox One (due to it coming with the console). Did I enjoy it any less than I would have done had I played it on my PS4, despite the PS4 version being graphically superior. Err nope. People make way to big an issue out of graphics. If the game plays well, it doesn’t really matter.

        PixelJunk on the PS4 is awesome, yet the graphics are, well… not great. However, the game could have been done on a PS3 or even PS2 for that matter, making next gen kinda redundant if all we’re going to do is play is indie games, so I can understand peoples arguments about having to have great graphics from this point of view (so as to warrant the purchase of a powerful system in the first place)…