Metal Gear Solid 5: PS4 vs. Xbox One vs. Xbox 360 vs. PS3 Comparison Video Revealed

Konami shows off how the game is looking across all the four platforms.

Posted By | On 19th, Feb. 2014

As promised, Konami have released a new comparison video which shows off the difference between the current and next gen versions of Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes and quite honestly, it looks similar [aesthetically] across all platforms. It was confirmed earlier that the PS4 version of MGS5 looks technically superior running at native 1080p resolution and sixty frames per second.

On the other hand, the Xbox One runs at a native 720p resolution whereas the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions run at upscaled 720p. The comparison video above shows the better lighting effects and textures on the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game but in no way the current gen version looks bad.

It seems that Kojima and co. have pushed each of the platforms to their limit and it will be interesting to see what they have in store for The Phantom Pain.


Amazing Articles You Might Want To Check Out!



Share Your Thoughts Below  (Always follow our comments policy!)



Keep On Reading!

NieR Re[in]carnation is Out Today in the West

NieR Re[in]carnation is Out Today in the West

Set in same universe as Nier, the mobile RPG will launch on schedule in the afternoon (PDT) for iOS and Androi...

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Infographic Reveals Player Choices Throughout the Trilogy

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Infographic Reveals Player Choices Throughout the Trilogy

This time around, 32 percent of players played as Female Shepard while 40 percent chose the Soldier as their m...

Halo Infinite Livestream Coming Today, Offers First Look at Technical Preview

Halo Infinite Livestream Coming Today, Offers First Look at Technical Preview

343 Industries will outline the preview's various features along with access will be provided. It's expected t...

Dr. Mario World Ends Service on November 1st

Dr. Mario World Ends Service on November 1st

The puzzle title will be shutting down this Autumn. Its premium currency, diamonds, are unavailable to purchas...

Tribes of Midgard is Now Live Following Some Server Issues on PC

Tribes of Midgard is Now Live Following Some Server Issues on PC

Some Steam players faced issues logging in. However, the developer upgraded its servers and "Things are lookin...

Former PlayStation CEO Ponders About Xbox Game Pass Long-Term Sustainability

Former PlayStation CEO Ponders About Xbox Game Pass Long-Term Sustainability

Shawn Layden thinks about the ballooning budgets of game development could conflict with the price tag of a su...