Apparently, there’s a configuration problem with Call of Duty: Ghosts for the PS4 which causes the game’s single player campaign to run on 720p instead of 1080 like it’s supposed to.
Infinity Ward has already released a PS4 Patch For Call of Duty: Ghosts that players will be able to download on day-one fixing the problem and allow the game to run on the proper resolution.
The Xbox One version of the game will still be running on 720p though, and the resolution gap isn’t attributed to anything in particular that is wrong with Microsoft’s console. An Activision representative spoke with Polygon recently and had the following to say:
This has been addressed with a day-one software update. People will be able to download the day-one update when PlayStation 4 launches in their territory and play at native 1080p.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will be available on PS4 alongside the console’s North American launch tomorrow, on November 15.
The single player campaign of Ghosts observes an alternate universe in which the middle-east was destroyed through nuclear devastation. This allowed the oil rich countries of South America to flourish by cornering the market. They go on to form a federation and threaten to take over the world.
Yeah, I don’t play Call of Duty for the story either.