Battlefield 4 launched today in the US on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC — to largely positive reviews — but gamers have to wait until mid November to play DICE's massive shooter on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The start of a new console generation means that the differences between the game's various versions are, for the first time in half a decade, truly noticeable. Eurogamer's Digital Foundry explains those differences, comparing the Xbox One and PS4 incarnations of the game side by side on video, outlining why Battlefield 4 runs at a higher resolution on PS4, and justifying the PC version as the very best Battlefield in terms of features and fidelity.
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