Call of Duty: Ghosts SP is 720p, MP is 1080p on PlayStation 4 [Update]

Call of Duty: Ghosts SP apparently runs at 720p, multiplayer at 1080p on PS4 according to various reports.

This shocking discovery was made by users at popular gaming forum NeoGAF and also confirmed by users at the popular technology forum Beyond3D. Call of Duty: Ghosts Single Player on PlayStation 4 had the same AA as Xbox One, even jaggies were visibly the same. The resolution also didn’t really show much visible difference. The Single Player comparison is posted by many sites including IGN and The Sixth Axis.

Call of Duty: Ghosts - Singleplayer Screenshots

Using pixel counting, we can spot the native resolution of the video and screen grabs from the Single Player and Multiplayer portion of the game confirm that the resolution is indeed 720p on PS4 in SP and 1080p in MP. Former IGN editor also confirmed in his tweet.

While we haven’t gotten an official confirmation yet, we can’t deny the possibility of this turning out to be true. Infinity Ward couldn’t even sort out the frame rate issues of the PlayStation 4 version of the game and is currently working on a patch to fix them.

What do you think of this rumor? Do you think it is true? Let us know in the comments below.

Update: Infinity Ward twitter account says it is native 1080p

Update 2: Infinity Ward has officially confirmed to Eurogamer that Day 1 Patch on PS4 will make it 1080p. Without this Day 1 patch, the game is indeed 720p on PlayStation 4.

Stay tuned to GearNuke for latest news and info on PlayStation 4.

  • So you can patch 1080P

    • Only on PS4. They won’t patch it on Xbox One because the game isn’t 1080p on Xbox One.

      On PS4, the game was supposed to be running at native 1080p but due to mistake in a configuration file, the graphics are rendered at 720p instead of 1080p.

  • b00

    You should ask them, if you want to write for food. pretty bad job.

  • Elsupacabra

    Good lord…what was this article?

  • Journalism-is-getting-better

    Journalism at it’s best. A tweet from some ex-editor who reads gaf. C’MON now!! What a real journalist would do is go to the person who actually made the game and ask them.