Activision has confirmed that the day one update for Ghosts on PS4 will make the single player campaign out put at 1080p natively. Without the update it’s only 720p. This issue only applied to the single player portion. The MP part is already 1080p natively.

“Call of Duty: Ghosts runs natively at 1080p on the PlayStation 4,” an Activision spokesperson told Eurogamer this evening.

“There was a configuration issue in the retail version on single-player mode only. This has been addressed with a day one software update. People will be able to download the day one update when PlayStation 4 launches in their territory and play at native 1080p.”

Activision confirmed previously that Call of Duty: Ghosts will run at 1080p natively on PS4 and only 720p on Xbox One, upscaled to 1080p. Infinity Ward is looking into a patch to help fix the frame rate issues; as of now, there’s no release date for the performance issue patch. 

SOURCE: Eurogamer

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  • MrHawkeye1996

    Well… why are they not patching the xbox one version?!

    • Mitch

      Well, maybe XB1 can’t run it?

    • Primey_

      …Because the xbox one can’t support native 1080p 60fps call of duty. They have said this.

      • MrHawkeye1996

        Not true.

        • Mitch

          If this isn’t true, it would be 1080p 60fps. Or it has to be an issue in the engine (which I doubt since PS4 and XB1 are basically both PCs).
          Also, remember, CoD isn’t the only game that doesn’t run 1080p on XB1.

          • HenryDF

            They’re really not basically PCs…in terms of power, PCs are so much more powerful sometimes (although some are as powerful as the next-gen consoles).

          • Mitch

            True, but I wasn’t talking about specs. I’m not one of those guys who’s super smart about console architecture, but from what I’ve heard, PS4 and XB1 architecture wise are basically PCs.

          • Keshav Bhat

            You are correct. All of the First Person Shooters from third party are staying at 720p native to attain 60FPS.

        • HenryDF

          Where have you been for the past month?

        • Yeezus

          They said it! How could it not be true? lol butt hurt fanboys

      • Generalkidd

        But it is fully capable of 1080p 60fps. Take a look at Forza 5, it’s full 1080p at 60fps native. Therefore, it’s not the hardware’s fault, it’s the developers.

        • Anthony Hall

          forza is a racing game with fixed tracks and pre rendered cars. 1080p is pretty much standard with racing and fighting games because they are alot less demanding. Action and shooters can have multiple elements occurring in multiple orders. Just the raw IF and ELSE programming statements in a racing game is pretty simple.

    • aaa187

      Because it is not possible. Plain and simple. It’s not as easy as using a patch to add that on for the Xbox.

  • Wat?

    Will the update download automatically? How does it work? Please respond!

    • Update will be applied on day one – you’ll likely be asked to apply the update when starting the game for the first time

      • Wat?

        Oh, cool! Thanks

  • Ryumoau

    as long as it was 1080p on multiplayer, i’m good.

  • Larry

    Wow, look at all this deleted comments. and arguments over nothing
    Xbox version is not native 1080p, therefore it would not get the patch. Frame rate issue are actually not PS4’s problem. Because it’s the game developer that is working on the issue, meaning that it’s the game.

  • Josh

    Does that mean in the comparison vid of XB1 and PS4 they were both 720 and not 1080p on the PS4, so the quality will be even better. PS4 for the win!

  • Kurama The Nine-Tailed Fox

    So all the comparisons we’ve seen thus far have actually been
    Xbox One 720p upscaled to 1080p VS PS4 at 720p and PS4 still looked better lol. It’s goiing to look immense in 1080p on PS4! I’m playing the campaign again but on Veteran.