Skyrim Special Edition is 1080p/30 on PS4 and Xbox One, “night and day improvement” over PS3/Xbox 360

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You can’t go fallacious with both the PlayStation four or Xbox One variations of the Skyrim remaster.

Skyrim Special Edition got here out final week, however as a result of Bethesda elected not to send out review copies early, we’re solely discovering out now in regards to the recreation’s technical particulars.

Thanks to latest evaluation from Digital Foundry, we now that each PS4 and Xbox One run the sport at a 1080p decision. On prime of that, a temporal anti-aliasing answer is used, just like the one present in Fallout four.

Similarly, each variations supply like-for-like visuals, and as you’ll be able to see above, they even stand as much as the unique PC model with max settings and 4xMSAA.

As you’ll be able to see within the video under, each variations supply comparable efficiency as effectively, delivering a locked 30fps. Digital Foundry believes the remaster even leaves some quantity of unutilised energy on PS4, however not sufficient to get it to 60fps.

Overall, the remaster is extra of an enhanced PC port for current-gen consoles than the rest, wanting and working a lot better than the unique launch on PS3 and Xbox 360, however that’s about it.

Skyrim Special Edition is out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.