Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeroes: PS4 Versus Xbox One Head To Head Screenshot Comparison

It’s a close contest between the PS4 and Xbox One when it comes to Kojima’s latest opus.

Posted By | On 18th, Mar. 2014 Under News, Screenshots


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Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes is finally available for North America players across current and next gen platforms, but we’ve known for a good solid month now that it’s the Xbox One and PS4 versions that fully realize Hideo Kojima’s open world vision.

One version is of course superior to the other and while we’ll have a full visual analysis for all platforms this week, check out how the Xbox One and PS4 versions stack up next to each other in the following screenshots. The difference is all the better realized in gameplay footage but even on close inspection, you’ll notice that the PS4 version looks slightly superior to the Xbox One version.

Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. You can read our full review of the game here. Have you picked up the game? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • The bigger question is the game itself… From what I understand, this is almost just a tutorial for the real next game in the series rather than a full fledged game. I have heard report of only 2 hours of story to play in it… That’s worth exactly $10 to me – not the $0 or $60 it seems ready to sell for.

    • josh

      29.99 still expensive to me 4 only 2 hours

    • Exactly… I have a basic rule. Unless the game is Titanfall or Plants vs Zombies (Both of which have enough replay value that I don’t care if they have absolutely no story), a game needs at least 1 hour of story for every $5 I spend. So Assassins Creed 4 (Which took me around 30 hours to finish because I am stupid sometimes on it’s stuff) was worth the $60 I paid. It needed only 12 hours of story to make the $60 worthwhile.

      But 2 hours for $40? Nope.

    • josh

      true, im a ps4 and pc gamer but i agree with you and hope to see more games with 12 or 15 hours gamplay at same price, im not against xbox one i own titanfall for Pc and its a great experience, ps4 gamers should try it, in Pc looks great so thats a way to play it if you dont have or want an xbox

    • I play Titanfall on the Xbox. It’s just as great there. But there is a difference between games like that that dispense with plot and focus on long term gameplay and games like “Metal Gear Solid” that have to have a plot… And MGS being this short just seems like a waste of money to me.

    • josh

      yeah and now we have to wait for phantom pain

  • Lee

    PS4 will always have a slight better image than Xbox because of its CPU and RAM.

  • rigocontreras

    Having got both, the differences so far are very minute. Granted I’ve only played each one for maybe 30 minutes, for me the difference is splitting hairs. The only thing I’ve seen so far thats different is the Xbox 1 has some slight aliasing, and it was brighter. I bumped the brightness down one on the xbox version and if it wasn’t for the controller I probably couldn’t tell you which one was which.

    • V3

      I noticed the brightness thing too , i ended up turning mine all the way down in the options menu.

  • Just Sayin

    The pic where snake is by the rock on the second to last example is not right at all. I have the Xbox One version, and the scene looks just like the PS4’s example. I’m guessing they mistakenly used the 360 version instead for that one.

    • V3

      we all know this site is heavily in favor of PS4….

      I love how the “comparison” video made the x1 version look significantly worse than the PS4 version when they’re almost identical (the aliasing in the distance is pretty evident though).

  • a_Guy

    The only really noticeable difference is the screenshot with the rocks. There is more detail in the PS4 version (though both look pretty bad). I doubt you’d notice the difference if you played each back to back (not side by side).

  • Tom Fenton

    PS4 is better looking but unless you are comparing them side by side like this, you wont notice this difference.


 

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