Gamers report Final Fantasy XV suffers from horrible graphics on Xbox One S
The game is affected by many issues on the Xbox One, ranging from font size issues to game crashes. But when it comes to graphics issues, the Xbox One S is by far the champion.
Xbox One S owners report that Final Fantasy 15 is plagued by blurry images and screen tearing no matter what settings they use. Xbox One S users are very disappointed with the game’s low graphics quality and hope Square Enix will soon push out an update to fix these problems.
Final Fantasy XV is plagued by graphics issues on the Xbox One S
I have a one s […] connected to a Sony Bravia 65″ 4k TV. I picked up ff15 and I gotta say, I’m pretty disappointed with the graphics. It’s pretty blurry and even at the lowest camera setting there is screen tearing around noctis’ head. The game is very low res. I’m still in the first chapter, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t tempted to pick up the ps4 version, but only if the ps4 guys aren’t having these issues. I’ve seen the comparison videos and it didn’t look too drastic…. But man, I haven’t been this disappointed in graphics in a long long time
It’s likely the Xbox version of FFXV is poorly optimized. PS4 owners also complain the game’s graphics don’t look as sharp as expected. At least PS4 users can enjoy a better gaming experience and character faces are much clearer.
Many Xbox One S owners regret buying the game and don’t think Square Enix is going to release a fix anytime soon. Therefore, they’ve decided to play at 1080p and accept the fact that FFXV’s graphics quality on the Xbox One S leaves much to be desired.
I agree there probably wont be a patch to fix it so have resorted to playing at 1080p still dont look like the ps4 version but its a improvement.
If you’re playing FFXV on an Xbox One S, use the comment section below to tell us more about your experience.
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