Kotaro Uchikoshi’s Zero Time Dilemma is coming soon to a PS4 near you, and you might expect the version on Sony’s console to look pretty much like the PC release on Steam. Turns out it doesn’t, and the difference is actually quite visible, especially in lighting and shading.
In order to help you decide which version you like the most, the Japanese publisher Spike Chunsoft just released a comparison trailer, doing exactly what it says on the tin, and directly comparing the PS4 and PC versions of the game side-by-side.
According to the accompanying press release, the image quality of the PS4 version has been “greatly enhanced,” alongside the lighting.
Zero Time Dilemma is set between the events of Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Virtue’s Last Reward.
The game follows nine characters that have been trapped in an underground shelter by a masked villain named Zero, and are forced to play a death game titled “Decision Game” in order to survive and escape.
Zero Time Dilemma was previously released on 3DS, PS Vita and PC, and it’s finally coming to PS4 in the west on August 18th, 2017, which is just one day later than its Japanese release on August 17th.
You can enjoy the trailer below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy the original Japanese trailer released a few weeks ago.