Blurry images isn’t how we hoped the first current gen Star Wars game was going to be.
While the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One was supposed to herald a brand new era of photo-realistic graphics in games, there are still plenty that are having some problems living up to the hype. Star Wars: Battlefront is apparently one of those games that while it will be pretty, won’t be quite as pretty as people had hoped, according to new reports.
Now that the beta has launched, we’re getting more information about what we can expect, including the fact that the game will apparently be running 720p on the Xbox One, resulting in blurry edges and unsatisfactory image quality. The news is slightly better for PS4 fans of the game, where it will be achieving 900p, though that’s still not the magical 1080p mark most people were hoping for.
When it comes to the Xbox One version of the game, there have also been reports of online gaming issues, according to Game Revolution. Maybe this is why the game is actually being offered for a bit cheaper on the Xbox One? Of course, since this is the beta, it’s possible those issues will be sorted out before the game’s official release. The resolution disappointment appears to be more permanent. All of this seems to be good news for those who are going to be getting the title on their PC, as initial reports claim resolution on that platform tops out at an impressive 1440p. We’ll get to see all of this firsthand when Star Wars: Battlefront launches on November 17. 2015.