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On paper the PlayStation 4 has 50 percent extra GPU power, but does that translate into a better gaming experience than on Xbox One?

Digital Foundry built PC rigs based on the specifications of both consoles and put them through their paces, using several recently released titles as a benchmark. It turns out that the PlayStation 4 rig had around a 20 percent advantage over the Xbox One rig.

Of course these rigs can only approximate the power of both next generation consoles, so this advantage shouldn’t be taken as a pure fact of life. You can read the lengthy comparison article over on Digital Foundry, and you’ll find a comparison video below.

Source: Digital Foundry

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New Video Compares Xbox One and PlayStation 4 Graphical Capabilities

By Matthew Bennett | 08/1/2013 07:21 AM PT

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On paper the PlayStation 4 has 50 percent extra GPU power, but does that translate into a better gaming experience than on Xbox One?

Digital Foundry built PC rigs based on the specifications of both consoles and put them through their paces, using several recently released titles as a benchmark. It turns out that the PlayStation 4 rig had around a 20 percent advantage over the Xbox One rig.

Of course these rigs can only approximate the power of both next generation consoles, so this advantage shouldn’t be taken as a pure fact of life. You can read the lengthy comparison article over on Digital Foundry, and you’ll find a comparison video below.

Source: Digital Foundry

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89