After waves of spectacular, jaw-dropping PC footage from events like E3 and Gamescom, Battlefield 4 fans finally get their first sighting of the game running on next-generation console hardware.
A user on HypeUp.net who goes by the name “Random” recalled his experience playing Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4 during TGS 2013, reporting that “there’s just nothing to criticize,” and that the game “ran at a smooth 60 fps looking amazing the entire time [with] no sign of low quality textures or any issues at all.”
Earlier reports from other media outlets criticized the game for looking muddy and unpolished on the PlayStation 4.
IGN has the off-screen video:
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It may be hard to make out from the off-screen footage, but it appears that Battlefield 4 is running without any glaring issues and looks very close to its PC counter-part. Naturally, it’s impossible to tell precisely until we get our hands on some high-definition footage of the game running on consoles.
We’ll get to see Battlefield 4 running on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this October 1 when the beta officially launches.