major nelson profile 3 Destiny 2 drops below 1080p on Xbox One while PS4 Pro gets full 2160p using checkerboard rendering

Several reports are saying that Destiny 2 Beta is actually looking pretty much the same all across all platforms so PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One S and Xbox One. The game in terms of resolution varies because the Xbox One runs the game in 1080p but it uses the Dynamic resolution scaling. Sometimes the resolution drops below 1080p, although it’s still 1080p but the actual vertical resolution is different. It varies between 1920 and 1334 so, the resolution drops a little bit on Xbox One X in some places. Although it’s still a 1080p game.

On PS4 it’s a full 1080p game and there’s no report on dropping any resolution on this console and the fact that to get best resolution on console is going to be on PS4 Pro, where you get a full 2160p using checkerboard rendering.

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As for the graphics, in terms of the graphical fidelity, visual fidelity there’s no difference. All versions of the game PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox One S it looks identical in terms of graphical fidelity, the textures, the lightning and all the particle effects there’s no diffence at all.

Also the game is very smooth, there’s no issues with framerate which is good thing and on top of that the game actually looks good. The opening act is actually happeing at the tower so that was even a comparison done by Candyland where you could see the clear difference between Destiny 1 and Destiny 2. The actual graphics are improved a lot, Destiny 2 is far better than Destiny 1 in terms of graphics.

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