Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is an action adventure game set in the Lord of the Rings universe. The game is a perfect mixture of the mechanics of Assassin’s Creed combined with the combat of Batman Arkham, and it also includes the standard RPG elements of customizing and leveling up our characters. The game is also receiving great reviews on metacritic.
It was confirmed that the PC version of the game will require more than 4 GB of VRAM to fully take advantage of “Ultra” quality textures. In the case of PS4 and Xbox One, how close are they to the PC version of the game? You can check out a comparison of screens from the PC and PS4/XBO version of the game below. (Click on each image for the full size)
Check out more comparisons below. (Click on each image for the full size)
The Xbox One version of the game is rumored to be 900p (or sub-1080p) with a locked 30 fps while the PS4 version runs at 1080p with unlocked frame rate, which usually stays above 30 but rarely reaches 60 fps. The comparison shot above are all taken at the
“Very High” quality preset on PC at 1080p.
The comparison shows that the PS4 can hold favorably well against the PC version of the game. The Xbox One version has lower resolution but appears to be similar graphically to the PS4, except for the resolution difference. The game can easily match the “Very High” quality preset on PC, which definitely deserves the developers some praise.
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