Xbox One X vs. PS4 Pro: 'Final Fantasy XV' Image Comparison; Microsoft Pre-Orders Could Suffer Despite Specs And Price
The "Final Fantasy XV" will be one of the many games that have been confirmed to get support for the hardware enhancements offered by the Xbox One X. Since the "Final Fantasy XV" on the Xbox One was a hit and miss in term of visuals compared to the PS4, there is a good chance the Xbox One X version easily makes it the best version of the game.
"Final Fantasy XV" Xbox One X vs. PS4 Pro Comparison
Square Enix hasn't shared any video from the "Final Fantasy XV" running on the Xbox One. However, they have shared 2 direct-feed screenshots of the Xbox One X version that give us a glimpse at what to expect from the game running at 4K resolution on the Xbox One X, as reported by Gear Nuke.
Since the "Final Fantasy XV" already supports the 4K resolution on the PS4 Pro with additional enhancements like a higher resolution running at 1800 Checkerboard and improved ambient occlusion, anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering on PS4 Pro. Recently, fans have taken screenshots from the exact same location on the PS4 Pro and it seems that the Xbox One X is far better.
Microsoft Pre-Orders Could Suffer Despite Specs And Price
Daily Star reported that Piers Harding-Rolls, of industry analysts IHS Markit, reckons Microsoft's upcoming flagship console won't do much to boost sales. He said that the machine, which boasts 6 teraflops of power and the best graphics of any console ever, hasn't done enough so far to merit widespread mass buying.
Only hardcore Xbox games fans will end up buying the £449 machine come the winter, he said. Hence, Sony can breathe a sigh of relief as it's PlayStation 4 machine will continue to dominate Europe in the foreseeable future, it's claimed.
He said: "Crucially, we do not believe that, at this stage, Xbox One X is a device to re-ignite Xbox One sales in continental Europe and to gain market share from Sony in key sales territories outside of USA and UK.
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