Final Fantasy 15 looks stunning on the Xbox One X compared to PS4

By: Madeleine Dean
2 minute read
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Is Final Fantasy XV your favorite game? Is the newly launched Xbox One X already on your list, but you’re still not sure whether you should hit the buy button or not?

Well, go for it, because FF15 looks stunning on this console.

The game looks much cleaner on the Xbox One X now thanks to the latest game patch, with some going as far as saying that all comparisons between the Xbox One X and PS4 are in vain now since Microsoft’s console is the clear winner.

Xbox One X takes FF15 to a whole new level

The Xbox One X offers higher resolution, better shadows, abetter draw distance, and better lighting. The textures are also much better throughout the entire game. All these improvements are even more noticeable the further away an object is.

The Xbox One X and the latest FF15 patch for the console will definitely increase the number of active players. Many gamers who played FF15 at launch and gave up on the game disappointed at the graphical fidelity said they would jump back in and try out all the improvements and DLCs.

Interestingly, Microsoft’s new gaming console also convinced many PS4 fans to switch camps:

I haven’t really gotten very far in the game on my PS4 Pro so I may consider trading in for the Xbox version now. The frame rate and stuttering in 4K mode on the PS4 Pro is awful.

What do you think about the new FF15 gaming experience on the Xbox One X? Are you planning to join the party if you haven’t already?

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