Digital Foundry brings a graphical comparison of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune compared to Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune found in Nathan Drake Collection, a remastered version for PlayStation 4. The original title on PlayStation 3 is at a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels with anti-aliasing, MSAA x2 and limited to 30 frames per second, while the PlayStation 4 version is running at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with improved textures, an anisotropic filter x16 and mandatory 60 FPS.

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune: PlayStation 3 Vs PlayStation 4

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From the above video you can see that, there are notable differences such as lighting and shadows along with some sharper textures, while leveraging and add a greater amount of detail, but the version for PlayStation 3 is also not so bad after it has rained, and is good news, because there is still much for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in graphics ceiling , and not only that, but the developers should take advantage of it.

httpss://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-TNDXPyfdo

The most notable difference is seen in the following video, 30 compared to 60 FPS, we can see that the PlayStation 3 performances is falling at virtually all times, while the PlayStation 4 is very stable at 60 FPS. No doubt, if you have a PlayStation 4, and you want to try Uncharted, you’re in front of a good opportunity, since the game is boosted with good graphics and accompanied by an enviable optimization.

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