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Destiny Last Gen vs Current Screenshot Comparison

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Very small difference between the two...heck, even the draw distance looks that same. The differences, I'm sure, well become more apparent when you compare the games in motion, though.



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Massive Difference. PS3 version is WAY to blurry.



Again to those that don't see a difference those PS4 screens on here are terrible. The game is GORGEOUS, here are direct feed screenshots I took from my PS4.

The PS3 version is nowhere even near this level of quality.


BenVTrigger said:

Again to those that don't see a difference those PS4 screens on here are terrible. The game is GORGEOUS, here are direct feed screenshots I took from my PS4.

The PS3 version is nowhere even near this level of quality.

The art direction in this game gives me hope for FPSs.



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PS3 version looks pretty bad in this comparison, but that's because my eyes are spoiled. It's a respectable effort on the last gen systems. Still, makes me think the current gen systems are being held back significantly.



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BenVTrigger said:

Again to those that don't see a difference those PS4 screens on here are terrible. The game is GORGEOUS, here are direct feed screenshots I took from my PS4.

*pictures 
The PS3 version is nowhere even near this level of quality.


Well, the pictures in the op are made to show the difference and not the best looking moments of the game (your shots woud also look on PS3 better as the shots in op). 

The difference is pretty clear for some stuff on every single screenshot in op. Those who say something else will say the same if you do comparison shots.

The game looks awesome if you like the artstyle but if you only look at it from a graphical perspective you reeally see that it's a cross-gen game and not only on PS4.



So you can get slightly Blurred version or non slightly blurred version. Other than that, I don't seem much of a difference.



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Well, the pictures in the op are made to show the difference and not the best looking moments of the game (your shots woud also look on PS3 better as the shots in op). 

The difference is pretty clear for some stuff on every single screenshot in op. Those who say something else will say the same if you do comparison shots.


I've played the PS3 version, at its best its nowhere near these images, there are tons of effects in those images that are entirely missing from the PS3 version such as the lighting, and lens flares from the fire on the vehicle as well as a great use of motion blur that is missing.

The PS3 is seriously nowhere close, they posted pretty much the worse images of the PS4 version you could imagine.



BenVTrigger said:
crissindahouse said:


Well, the pictures in the op are made to show the difference and not the best looking moments of the game (your shots woud also look on PS3 better as the shots in op). 

The difference is pretty clear for some stuff on every single screenshot in op. Those who say something else will say the same if you do comparison shots.


I've played the PS3 version, at its best its nowhere near these images, there are tons of effects in those images that are entirely missing from the PS3 version such as the lighting, and lens flares from the fire on the vehicle as well as a great use of motion blur that is missing.

The PS3 is seriously nowhere close, they posted pretty much the worse images of the PS4 version you could imagine.

well, they also used the easiest moments to take the shots from almost the same position/angle on both consoles. It would be obviously more impressive to take pictures in a shooting but then it's not 100% accurate. 

Not to forget that they don't want to waste hours just to find the best spots...



The differences are clear but not really enough to justify investment in a new console to a lot of people. My first console experience was with the Atari 2600 and, since then, I've seem huge gains in graphical fidelity in all generations shifts except for this one (excluding the Wii U, which compensated for the lack of graphic improvement for Nintendo consoles on the last one). I am still waiting to find enough reasons to buy a PS4. I am sure I will buy one in the next 12 months as new and more interesting exclusive games are released. If graphics are the main concern, PC gaming will be a much more gratifying experience than consoles.