Graphics parity, it is a term that many gamers have come to dislike. The fact that Ubisoft’s upcoming Assassin’s Creed: Unity will be set in at 900p resolution and 30fps on both PS4 and Xbox One — when the PS4 can handle 1080p and 60 fps, has ruffled some feathers. Those who take issue with it feel cheated; that the PS4 version (their version) of the game is being held back due to the limitations, of its slightly less powerful competitor.Though Ubisoft has stated this wasn’t the case and the PS4 version isn’t able to achieve 1080p. Some fans have even declared a boycott of the game because of it. In short, some gamers do no like it when a game for their platform is dumbed down to match the resolution of another.
Now some fans are upset that the same thing is happening with the PS4 and Xbox One versions of WWE 2K15. Thanks to an article on gameidealist, which covered 2K’s twitter Q and A — confirming both versions would look identical.
@JustinMosley1 PS4 and Xbox One? Yep!
— WWE 2K18 (@WWEgames) November 5, 2014
The thing is, this tweet doesn’t say anything about the resolution of frames per second. Unfortunately thanks to the author putting “Graphics Parity” in the title and stated within the article “First off, they confirmed that the graphics are identical on the two current-gen consoles. Depending on your views, this can be good or bad news:”, some believe graphical parity has reared its ugly head once again. Many started crying fowl that the PS4 version’s resolution had been lowered/dumbed to match the X1.
But it hasn’t, 2K even confirmed this a while back that both versions would be in 1080p resolution.
— WWE 2K18 (@WWEgames) October 24, 2014
So there you have it folks, both versions will be set at 1080p, so you can rest easy.
WWE 2K15 will launch on November 18, 2014 for PS4 and Xbox One.
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