Digital Foundry showed the first comparison video of the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro versions of Call of Duty WW2, analyzing the technical performance of the new Sledgehammer Games fps title on the Microsoft and Sony premium consoles.
Great news for the lighting system, with the most amazing results never seen in the series, where you should not forget full HDR support. Digital Foundry has also noted remarkable improvements on the polygonal models of characters and animations.
Speaking of pixel count, Call of Duty: WWII adopts a dynamic resolution on both consoles, with minimum 1920×2160 peaks and maximum 3840×2160 peaks. On average, the Xbox One X is the platform that maintains a higher resolution in most scenes, offering a level of detail overall higher. At the bottom of this news, you can find the full digital video analysis of Digital Foundry.
Remember that Call of Duty: WWII is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.