Industry insider suggests that a soon to be released Ubisoft game will be at a lower resolution on Xbox One than it is on PS4.
Industry insider Ahsan Rasheed, otherwise known as Thuway, has said that a soon to be released Ubisoft game is set to run at different resolutions on PS4 and Xbox One.
"Get your hats ready, Resolution-Gate coming to a Ubisoft game near you," said Rasheed, via Twitter.
"That's all I can say," he concluded.
The resolutiongate reference pertains to multiple instances of multiplatform games that run at higher resolutions on PS4 than they do on Xbox One.
News that Call of Duty would run at a native 1080p on PS4 and 720p on Xbox One kicked off the debate on resolution difference on PS4 and Xbox One and the degree to which these differences matter.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is the latest game to be embroiled in arguments around the relative power of the PS4 and Xbox One after it was revealed that Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition runs at 60fps on the PS4 and 30fps on the Xbox One.
If Rasheed is correct, then it seems another game will soon spark more conversation on resolutions and the power of the PS4 and Xbox One.
It's not clear what Ubisoft game Rasheed is referring to in his tweet, but, given the trends that we've witnessed, it's pretty safe to say that the Xbox One is the console that will come off worse, if and when the PS4 and Xbox One resolutions for the Ubisoft game Rasheed is referring to becomes apparent.
With Rasheed suggesting that the Ubisoft game in question is set to be released soon, we can also make a educated guess about which game Rasheed is talking about.
The most likely candidate would seem to be Watch Dogs, which is set to release this Spring.
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