Final Fantasy XV Xbox One X vs. Xbox One Comparison Shows a Massive Difference in Details

Today Square Enix released an refurbish for Final Fantasy XV adding support for Xbox One X,  and a initial comparison videos are already starting to aspect online.

YouTube user ElAnalistaDeBits provided a accessible video comparison in 4K between Xbox One X and customary Xbox One, and a disproportion in a turn of fact is officious massive. Granted, a Xbox One chronicle was by distant a misfortune one in terms of fortitude when a diversion launched, though as we can see below, a diversion on Xbox One X is on an wholly opposite world visually.

It isn’t only a matter of resolution, that is positively most higher, though also pull stretch shows a vast improvement, contributing really heavily to a altogether manifest glitz.

Final Fantasy XV Xbox One X vs. Xbox One Comparison Shows a Massive Difference in Details

If you’re some-more meddlesome in comparing with PS4 Pro, there is a dedicated video for that as well. While a disproportion is positively visible, with a Xbox One X chronicle looking some-more tangible opposite a board, we’re not looking during a opposite sequence of magnitude. One thing is for sure: a diversion looked flattering in a strange incarnation, though a Xbox One X chronicle looks fantastic.

Final Fantasy XV Xbox One X vs. Xbox One Comparison Shows a Massive Difference in Details

While a refurbish is already out, a Xbox One X chronicle itself launches tomorrow (or tonight, if we have a store doing a midnight launch tighten by), Nov 7th.

On Nov 15th, Final Fantasy XV is going to accept a “Comrades” expansion, and you can suffer some new gameplay from Tokyo Game Show. A few weeks ago, we also schooled that a diversion will keep receiving new content next year, past a strange devise to finish in 2017. The arriving Episode Ignis story DLC will also come on Dec 13th, and it recently gota new trailer during Paris Games Week.

Final Fantasy XV is now accessible for PS4 and Xbox One, and will recover for PC in early 2018. If we wish to learn more, we should review our recent talk with Director Hajime Tabata.

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