PS4 and Xbox One confirmed.
Both the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Battlefield Hardline will not run at 1080p, according to Visceral Games.
Responding to a fan question on Twitter, Visceral said the Xbox One version will be in 720p, while the PS4 version will run at 900p. Both versions will be 60 frames per second, however.
A follow-up question from a different follower of the Visceral Twitter account asked about the game’s resolution on PC. “Whatever your rig can handle,” it replied.
EA recently announced Battlefield premium, an early-access buy in program that unlocks access and rewards. The details of the Battlefield Hardline premium program leaked out on Reddit at the end of last month before the official announcement.
This isn’t the first game on the current gen systems to fall short of the 1080p goal. In fact, IGN has a wiki guide that tracks resolutions and framerates of games on different consoles.
We’re reached out to Visceral Games for comment on why the versions have different resolutions and we’ll update the story accordingly. In the meantime, for all the Battlefield Hardline news, make sure to keep checking IGN.