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Madden NFL 15 PS4 Vs Xbox One graphics shock

Are you enjoying Madden NFL 15 at the moment? The game is now available to buy after a long wait and now we have an initial heads-up to bring you on potential Madden NFL 15 PS4 Vs Xbox One graphics differences.

We think the game looks absolutely fantastic in terms of visuals, as EA Tiburon has done a great job with the lighting effects. Having said that, we have already seen some comparisons suggesting that the Xbox One version of the game significantly looks better than PS4, with EA choosing to put more lighting effects than on PS4.

This is a bold claim of course, but one analysis conducted by PastaPadre shows evidence suggesting that this is true. In the two screenshots that we have added from them, it clearly shows that the lighting effects on the Xbox One version in the same moment of the game – looks better on Xbox One that it does on PS4.

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Firstly take a look at the sunlight beaming down from the sun on the Xbox One version and then secondly look at the sunset to the right of the sun. We do not see the same effects on the PS4 version, so has EA favored Microsoft’s version on this occasion?

We don’t want to make any accusations but the differences in the pictures speak for themselves. We also know that EA currently has an exclusive agreement with Microsoft on certain EA Sports games so make of that what you will.

Examine these screenshots here and let us know what you think. Do you agree that the Xbox One version clearly looks better than PS4 or not?

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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Jon
Jon

Look at the scoreboards ps4 is blurry the pictures are flawed and touched to make X box look better only way to tell is by playing them both instead of going off pictures online

shitbox fangay
shitbox fangay

Look at the ps4 version , its shows something that looks like a moon. Is it in the Night time?

DR234
DR234

People don’t remember that the games play as if they are currently happening, so they take into play time of day and weather of where you’re playing. Which can easily change.

You are flat out wrong
You are flat out wrong

Shadows are different. They’re longer on the PS4. It isn’t the same time of day.

truthx7
truthx7

yup,digital foundry is sony biased.that’s why many people who actually do their own comparisons find out that the xbox one versions actually look better.

Graeme Willy
Graeme Willy

The thing that nobody realizes, is once these consoles are being maxed out, probably in another two years or so, the graphics differences will be minimal. We’re reaching a point where graphics can only look so good now. It’s all pretty much approaching photo realism, especially when you look at what they did with Metro Redux and from what we’ve seen about Quantum Break. The only war we will continue to have, is resolution/ pixels, as TV’s/ displays will always push for higher pixel densities.

Graeme Willy
Graeme Willy

Well, these two consoles have the exact, same family of GPU, so the capabilities are the same…on a hardware level. If there were any differences, it would be because of API advantages, which a lot of people underestimate. You can only do as much on the hardware, as your API allows you…so it’s a matter of who’s API is better; DX11.+ is tried and proven and is what most developers are accustomed to in PC development, at this time. DX12 is said to up the ante quite a bit. I don’t doubt that OpenGL doesn’t have a solution that will… Read more »

Josh101
Josh101

This comparison has already been debunked. The writer of that article said there was no lens flare present at all in the PS4, when there obviously is. Proven by many people already. Wait for the Digital Foundry comparison.

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