The videos shown below are taken from the Xbox One and Playstation 4’s development kits used by the game-makers. The game as shown is what DICE claims to be a “near-finalized state” adding that only very minor tweaks will be added to what is shown below.
For control, full RGB settings were changed in both the Xbox One and Playstation 4’s system setting menus, the game’s brightness setting is set to its default 30%, and video resolution was at 1080p. PC’s have the upper hand as the hardware can be updated to outperform the next generation consoles, for the purpose of this test, the PC setup is thought to be center line to what users may be running today. PC settings were set to “ultra” at 1080p and was ran on an eight-core AMD FX-8350 CPU, 8GB of RAM and dual-Crossfired HD 7970s.
Three videos comparing the two next generation consoles and PC are after the break.
PlayStation 4 vs. PC comparison
PlayStation 4 vs. Xbox One comparison
Xbox One vs. PC comparison
Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4 Frame-Rate Tests