Battlefield 4 vs. Call of Duty: Ghosts “Forest” screenshot face-off: Who Wins?
Authored by Alex Co
Last night during Microsoft’s Xbox One reveal, the biggest game they reserved for last was Call of Duty: Ghosts by Activision.
Understandably so, given that the Call of Duty franchise has done very well on the Xbox 360, and Microsoft is even continuing their timed-exclusivity agreement for Call of Duty DLC.
Speaking of Call of Duty: Ghosts, Activision showed off the game yesterday with not just a trailer, but even a behind the scenes look at the franchise’s new game engine. So, how does it stack up against EA’s Battlefield 4 which is running on Frostbite 3?
While we can’t really tell since we haven’t seen a full-fledged gameplay trailer for Ghosts yet, what we can do is compare how a forest looks in Ghosts, to that of Battlefield 4, which DICE conveniently released today with the statement: Battlefield 4: The first TRUE next-gen title.
I don’t know about you, but that seems like a dig at Call of Duty, no? In any case, you can compare the two game engines in the images shown below.
Call of Duty: Ghosts
There are a few things to note though, which bears mentioning. I presume the Battlefield 4 screenshot is from a PC, while the Ghosts one is from an actual Xbox One. So, that alone might kind of skew the comparison a bit.
Nevertheless, which one, in your opinion, looks better? Let us know in the comments below.