Battlefield 1 has been released and now it’s time to see a graphical comparison and performance of Battlefield 1 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Thanks to Digital Foundry, now we can see which platform is best in terms of graphic quality and performance, the PC will obviously ahead among all, but this comparison will give us an idea of the difference.

While on PC, mid-range graphics card can easily able to reach 60 perfect FPS and also in terms of graphics the difference is very clearer than the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Remember that the version of the PlayStation 4 runs at 1600 x 900 pixels, while the Xbox One makes it to 1280 x 720 pixels through dynamic resolution technology, there may be certain times where the PS4 reaches 1000p and the Xbox One of 900p.

Battlefield 1 DX12: Radeon RX 480 Vs GeForce 1060 and PC Vs XBox One Vs PlayStation 4

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From the above interesting video we can see that beyond the resolution, both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version are almost identical, where the difference is marked in specific cases where the Xbox One has less texture and less detail on the ground. Regarding performance, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are able to reach 6-FPS many times with slight falls to 54-56 FPS.

Finally, we add here a comparison of the GeForce GTX 1060 and Radeon RX 480, where the Radeon RX 480 dominates smoothly the graphics option from NVIDIA camp with an average of at least 10 extra FPS, which reveals that the AMD strengthens against NVIDIA when it comes to games that use the DirectX 12 or Vulkan API.