After hearing about the specifics on hardware for the next gen consoles, and learning that the PlayStation 4 has a very promising 8GB of GDDR5 RAM, many have discussed whether games on the PlayStation 4 will have differences to their Xbox One counterparts.
One game that has been involved hotly in this topic is Watch_Dogs, a new open-world game by Ubisoft that looks absolutely incredible.
Ubisoft have addressed many gamer's curiosities this week though, stating that "The Xbox One is a powerful platform, as of now we do not foresee a major difference in on screen result between the PS4 and the Xbox One. Obviously we are still working on pushing the game on these new consoles, we are still doing R&D."
"This said, the platforms have some specificity that we are leveraging. For example, we are making use of the touchpad on the DualShock 4."
The developers behind Watch_Dogs seem to be very keen on the idea of making a truly immersive game, and whilst the PS4 may be capable of pushing just a bit more graphical power towards a game, the devs are working towards other elements that can improve immersion on any platform, even current gen consoles, to the game.