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PES 2015 Runs at 720p, 60FPS on Xbox One; PS4 has 1080p
PES 2015 fans are in for good news as well as a bad news today, depending on their choice of consoles. Since we are closing in on the release date of Konami’s football simulation title, the developer shared the resolution and frames per second rates with us.
It looks like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions aren’t going to get the same kind of love after all.
The official website of Konami has confirmed that while the PlayStation 4 version is going to run on the hoped 1080p resolution along with a frame rate of 60, the Xbox One version of PES 2015 will only muster 720p. Frame rate is going to be the same for both the rival consoles though.
What’s more, the graphical figures at which the game will run on Xbox One are exactly the same at which it will run on Sony’s previous generation console, PlayStation 3. That would have hurt, right?
Last but not the least PES Productions hasn’t listed the details for Xbox 360 version yet.
Now I am not saying that 720p is not a good value but it is just that their rival console is going to run the game on a higher resolution – not to forget a wee bit more crisp and detailed look.
I sincerely hoped that the developers would be able to make use of the resources in a better way so that we could see both the consoles running at their full capacity – don’t you?
PES 2015 is being developed for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game is slated to hit the net on November 11, 2014 in North America and on November 13, 2014 in European Union.