Think that a generational leap like the one we saw from the first PlayStation to PlayStation 2, or even to a lesser extent, the one we saw from this one to PlayStation 3 is not going to be repeated. The truth is that this generation started with many intergenerational games that obviously did not take full advantage of the hardware. But since the launch, some titles began to stand out, and since then things have only gotten better.
Before starting, yes, a notice from the editor
The vast majority of the images in this article are mine, to be 100% honest and avoid retouched images that can be found online that modify the real appearance of the game. Of some games we have 100 screens, of others we have one. As we know that it is common today to look for the three feet of the cat, we wanted to warn that there is no hidden intention behind the galleries. In certain games we made more screenshots because, for example, they had photo mode or we had more time, and in others we barely have images because we lost them when switching to PS4 Pro or Xbox One X. Needless to say, you can add yours in the comments. With that said, we move on to review some of the games that have set the technical bar higher this generation. You can opt for more info about the same now.
Ryse: Son of Rome
Ryse: Son of Rome had its problems, but graphics weren’t one of them. Even with the downside of running at 900p instead of the expected 1080p, it isone of those titles that let you see first-hand what the new generation could achieve. To this day, in fact, it remains one of the most spectacular games on Xbox One and PC.
The Order: 1886
The Order: 1886 had its problems, but graphics weren’t one of them. Even with the downside of working with black bands, it isone of those titles that let you see firsthand what the new generation could achieve. To this day, in fact, it remains one of the most spectacular games on PlayStation 4.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Before we said that some of the intergenerational titles had slowed the visual leap of the new consoles, but the case of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is different. Graphically, it is a spectacular game, with photorealistic moments and at 60 images per second . A pity that we are not going to see what the Fox Engine can give of itself.
Final Fantasy XV
Another one of those games with some other problem, but that visually left us speechless. A title with superb artistic direction, some parts that seemed impossible to render in real time, and lots of details that appear when we least expect it . In addition, the PC version has recently taken the technical section even further.