Yesterday the first digital episode of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 launched across multiple formats, but according to Digital Foundry there is unusually big differences between Playstation 4 and Xbox One - with the latter performing noticeably better.
"Once we set foot outdoors though, things quickly go pear-shaped for PS4," the site writes. "Nearly every outdoor section struggles on Sony's platform, with a large forest scene in particular falling under 30fps regularly, while those same sections on Xbox One averaged between 50-60fps by comparison."
But it doesn't end there, and the texture work is seemingly also better for Xbox One:
"The PlayStation 4 version of the game appears to use lower resolution specular maps compared to the PC and Xbox One releases."
The PC version though trumps both consoles.
"Performance on PC is exactly as you'd expect: buttery smooth. Our i5/GTX 780 test system had absolutely no issues maintaining a rock-solid 60fps throughout, even at higher resolutions."
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