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Thief Is 900p on Xbox One, 1080p on PS4

Posted February 21, 2014 by Ivan "Tech Curse" Mashkov in News

Thief, Eidos Montreal’s latest stealth title, is joining Resolutiongate. The PS4 version of the game will be available at the full 1080p, whereas the Xbox One version will be limited to 900p. Both versions will run at 30 fps, which is to be expected. This, likely, doesn’t mean that the visuals will be visibly different, however it does give fanboys the chance to continue fighting in the console wars.

“You really need good eyes to see the difference,” said Nicolas Cantin, Thief’s director. He insisted that the Xbox One version “is as good as the PS4 version”. He doesn’t really care about the resolution of the Xbox One version. “As developers, no. As engineers, yeah. The engineers, for sure. But for us, as creative director or art director or level designer, we gave the same data. After that it’s a more technological aspect of the game. The engineers have to manage that.”

The bigger difference lies between the previous generation of consoles and the current ones (PS4 and Xbox One). “The immersion is more [on next-gen],” Cantin continued. “We put more detail in, more special effects. But at the same time, we kept the same gameplay experience with the current-gen and the next-gen versions.”

Sources: IGN, Eurogamer

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