Kingdom Come Deliverance was released yesterday on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with full support also to the two mid-gen consoles of Microsoft and Sony. The Youtube channel of Candyland has well thought of comparing the versions of PC (a maximum detail), PlayStation Pro 4 and Xbox One X.
The result is the 4K video attached at the bottom of this news, which we advise you to watch on screens of adequate size in order to better understand the differences. The PC version runs in native 4K (2160p).
On Xbox One X, however, the title of Warhorse Studios runs at a resolution of 1440p, while on PlayStation 4 Pro it does not go beyond 1080p. For the last two consoles, the comparison is reproduced in 4K using upscaling techniques.
The PC version can boast better quality textures and greater viewing distance. All three editions use the SSDO Environmental Occlusion (Screen Space Directional Occlusion), implemented with greater effectiveness on PC.
The CryEngine adopted by the developers is quite demanding, to the point of putting in difficulty even an Nvidia GeForce 1080Ti, which struggles to keep the 30fps constant. Even the two consoles are not always able to maintain the same reference framerate.
Kingdom Come Deliverance is available from February 13th on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. What do you think of this comparison video? Which version did you buy? Tell us in the comments below.