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Posted by Kark-Jocke on May 24th, 2013

So much better looking Call of Duty will it be

Activision comparing graphics. watch the video.

Activision has released a video showing some of the graphical advances expected.
In Call of Duty: Ghosts on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


The comparison is done on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which was the last game in the series developed by Infinity Ward. Especially environment got a solid overhaul, but also faces and not least the infamous dog has evolved tremendously clean graphic.

For those of us who have played on the PC over the past year is nothing here that surpasses graphics standard for advanced PC games, but it's still good to see that there is a noticeable step from the current console graphics to the new generation. It is strange to think that one day the graphics on today's consoles to see properly primitive and outdated out. Once upon a time we thought that the Playstation 2 had photorealistic graphics, today we laugh of the hopelessly primitive graphics on Sony's old console.

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Schroedinger May 24 2013, 7:43pm says:

looks very outdated to me

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Gumwars850 May 30 2013, 6:37pm replied:

At least they updated from their crappy textures that dont even load properly on console to this newer one.

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TheTriangulum May 30 2013, 8:12pm says:

This technology already existed long ago. They are way behind. They should not be advertising it like it is ground breaking. Frostnite 3 and Cryengine is many years ahead of this antiquated engine cod uses (and will use)

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