The console resolutions for Star Wars: Battlefront have been revealed through the beta, with the game running at 900p on PS4 and 720p on Xbox One.
Some surprising insights have come out of the closed Star Wars: Battlefront beta, in particular the resolution that the game runs at on console.
Although the game is predicted to sell tens of millions of units, at the moment its failing to hit the resolution targets set by its competitors.
The current build of Star Wars: Battlefront runs at 900p on PS4, falling short of the benchmark 1080p full HD set by other cross platform titles.
But at least the PS4 version is doing better than the Xbox One version, which is currently running at the rather disappointing 720p HD. That's currently resulting in blurred edges and a rather unsatisfactory image quality.
To put those figures into perspective, they're the same as what Battlefield 4 offered when it was released back in October 2013.
To make matters even worse, gamers have also started complaining about rubber-banding and disconnection issues on Xbox One. These aren't often issues that occur on Xbox One, so perhaps the PS4 version is taking priority.
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Star Wars Battlefront is due to launch on October 27, for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. There's currently a closed beta going on for both consoles, which will run until Sunday night.