Respected technology publication Digital Foundry has produced a Call of Duty: Ghosts comparison for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U. The publication says that the latest instalment of the best-selling franchise runs best on the Xbox 360, with the PlayStation 3 not too far behind. However, Digital Foundry calls the Wii U version a disappointment with frequent frame-rate issues and problems with texture quality. You can read their definitive verdict, here.
“In the here and now, the current-gen Call of Duty experience is best delivered on the 360, followed quite closely by the PS3 version, where stable multiplayer performance is backed up by a campaign that still delivers a good slice of 60fps action, even if frame-rates aren’t quite as smooth as on Microsoft’s platform. However, the soft-focused look doesn’t represent the game in its best light in comparison to the sharper and cleaner 360 release, while the texture bugs are disappointing to see. The real letdown comes with the Wii U version, which sees owners of Nintendo’s console once again left with a sub-par experience marred by frequent frame-rate issues and some pretty striking texture quality problems that makes it hard to recommend when both 360 and PS3 offer up smoother gameplay and more enjoyable online play as a result.”