Check Out How the Xbox One Version of Call of Duty: Ghosts Actually Looks in First Two Gameplay Videos

After all the controversy, want to see how Call of Duty: Ghosts actually looks on Xbox One? Well, you’re in luck, as YouTuber TmarTn posted two videos recorded directly at Infinity Ward’s HQ.

The videos show safeguard mode multiplayer gameplay from the point of view of a sniper on two different maps, alongside with TmarTn’s own commentary. You can check them both out just below.

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  • SwappingFrom360toPS4

    lol you can really tell that it is 720p. looks similar to current-gen, did anyone else notice a few little frame-rate drops as well (at 0:44 in the top video) coming from a 30fps source… interesting….

    The PS4 version looks MUCH better, native 1080p makes a big difference.

    here is a gif of the framerate drops i was talking about

  • Wow

    Framerate drops ps4 lmao.. karma is a real biatch

    • Joseph Lan

      Like how BF4 runs at a worse framerate on Xbone than PS4? Or how Dead Rising 3 struggles to maintain 30fps on the Xbone?

      Don’t be so salty, and just admit defeat. If you’re trying to compare multiplatform game performance between the PS4 and the weaker Xbone, that’s a battle you’re never going to win.

  • Really?

    If the ps4 version is having framerate issues, I rather stick to the 720p with constant fr.

    I guess 1080p at a cost of gameplay. Sounds so stupid.

    • Nihaf

      I agree. I rather smooth gameplay rather than graphics 1080p. the internet is making it a big thing, that is why ps4 is suffering from those drops.

      • Joseph Lan

        Bad news for you guys: the Xbone version will probably have framerate drops as well.

        NeoGAF insiders a few weeks ago already leaked out that both the PS4 and Xbone versions were suffering from framerate problems.

        • mike

          totally forgot about that…they did say both should have ptches day to fix em.

        • Guest

          NeoFAGs are NOT insiders. They’re paupers, such as yourself.

        • Tim

          The frame rate issues are totally over exaggerated – only brief drops happen in the PS4 campaign prior to checkpoints – will be patched out quick.

  • Kooila

    As long the framerate is constant, I’ll take it.

    I too have read on the ps4 version multiplayer framerate drops. I hope it does not become unplayable.

    • Joseph Lan

      Might as well stick with the 360 version then. No reason to get an Xbone.

  • SwappingFrom360toPS4

    framerate drops in the XB1 version

    • yuip

      Is it really?

      It can be due to youtube. who knows..

      One thing we do know is that ps4 is really struggling in multiplayer..
      Read the reviews below.

      • SwappingFrom360toPS4

        well it’s interesting because youtube videos are in 30fps.

        so if there is a framerate drop noticeable in a youtube video, it must have dropped to below 30fps (O_O)

        and if you watch the video at 0:44, you will see the part where this gif is taken from, and there are a couple more after it.

      • Krakn3dfx

        I think ‘struggling’ is pushing it. Jeff at Giantbomb said the framerate dropped a few times during play for no discernible reason on the PS4, but didn’t make it sound like some huge make or break issue. Also, even on beefy PCs, people are reporting framerate problems at 1080p and knocking it down to 720p to correct it.

        I think the problem we’re seeing with Ghosts across the board is poor optimization and an outdated engine that doesn’t support some of the things IW has tried to pull off with it, like larger map sizes.

    • izzy

      videos where removed because they were not XB1 videos.

    • xjumper

      this is not theyoutube player folks,, i have the same stutter in that video…. It IS framedropping. Really hard

  • Rece

    I am pretty sure this is an old build. Besides, that multiplayer ps4 framerate drop issue is a killer for me. No thanks.

  • TheMug

    Funny how there is no mention of the Xbox ONE version at all. I’m willing to bet that it will have these same sort of frame rate issues. I’m wondering why Activision hasn’t allowed the Xbox ONE Call of Duty: Ghosts review to be released at the same time as the others. If that’s the case then it’d be sad if, even with the lowered resolution, they couldn’t hit a steady frame rate on the Xbox ONE.

  • John

    720p + 60Fps > 1080p + framerate issues

    Enjoy your psfail drones lol

    • Joseph Lan

      Too bad Xbone version will be 720p AND have framerate issues, lol! That’s according to insider leaks.

      • Guest

        Only for NeoFAGs, like yourself. So gullible and blind.

      • Tim

        Check out IGN videos of PS4 Ghosts gameplay – looks butter smooth to me,
        IGN PS4 multiplayer gameplay (watch in 1080p):

  • You are flat out wrong

    Considering the embargo, we can safely assume the Xbone version has a worse framerate at 720p than the PS4 at 1080p.

    Would be the final nail in the coffin for the Xbone if that were the case.

  • Nohj
    • Tim

      Lol, Edge said “While the PS4 version runs at a native 1080p, that precious framerate drops briefly before checkpoints, which are at least placed so that the odd stutter never affects gunplay.” – hardly a gamebreaker. And This affects single player, not multiplayer.

  • Guest

    Looks better than the $0N¥ PauperStation Foul.

    • Scott Gresham

      You and your “$0N¥ Pauper” this and “$0N¥ PauperStation Foul”. That is literally one of the dumbest plays on a name I have ever seen in my entire life.

      Just saying.

      • Woohoo!!

        It’s not even funny, but he makes up for it by saying it a lot

      • Dave

        despite the ridiculous l33t speak, it is a hilarious name and fits quite well. just like xbox 180 and 720 fits the xbone.

  • Guest

    It’s Xbox 360 BTW, not Xbox One, but I guess you dumbass low IQ $0N¥ paupers forgot to check on that.

  • Whats wrong with his capture card….

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