Gamers interested in seeing the differences the PS3 and PS4 Tomb Raider Definitive Edition for the new next-generation console you might be interested in a new video comparison crested by IGN.
The new PS3 vs PS4 comparison video shows what the new uncompressed textures, greater draw distances, and sub-surface scattering have enhanced the graphics on the new next-generation PS4, but Crystal Dynamics executive producer Scot Amos insisted Tomb Raider Definitive Edition is more than just “only a facelift”.
The video below shows a side-by-side comparison of Lara’s PS4 and PS3 adventures, demonstrating the updated character model, added effects, and 1080p resolution. Crystal Dynamics charges £49.99 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of Tomb Raider game but Scot Amos explains a little more about the pricing point of the game.
Check out the comparison of the game playing on Sony’s older PlayStation 3 and next-generation PlayStation 4 console below to see for yourself.
“It’s a great question and while I don’t control sales or prices, what I do know is that Tomb Raider is an awesome game,”- “It has received many nominations and has an amazing fan base that keeps us striving to always deliver the best and always pushing ourselves to even do better.
“If it was ‘only a facelift’ AND we were only reselling it on the same platforms we’d already shipped it on, I would see your point. But as we’re selling it on a new platform, with a lot of development work put in to custom craft it for the new platforms; with the new additions for the aesthetic, the physics, the particles, the lighting – taking advantage of next-gen features – so I absolutely stand by our decision to offer up Definitive Edition the way we are.”
The new Tomb Raider Definitive Edition game launches for PS4 and Xbox One in the US on January 28th following with a European launch on January 31st. The game includes the pre-order bonus tomb : The Tomb of the Lost Adventurer, together with a variety of multiplayer add-ons, 8 DLC maps, 6weapons and 4 characters for you to enjoy.Filed Under: Gaming News, Technology News, Top News