FFXV On PS4 Pro Implements Actual Anisotropic Filtering, PS4 Comparison Screenshot Shows Massive Improvement

A new Final Fantasy XV demo called “Judgment Disc” is now available for download for PS4, PS4 Pro, and Xbox One. The size of the demo is 13.4GB, and it gives the player access to the opening sequence and the first half of Chapter 1 and gameplay length is going to be around one and one and a half hours. Progress made in this new demo will not carry over to the full game.

FFXV Anisotropic Filtering PS4 Pro vs PS4

As you all know that PlayStation 4 Pro is available on retail shelves across the globe, PlayStation fans are using this new FFXV demo to test the graphical capabilities of the new console from Sony. How true are the claims of Sony? According to the comparison screenshot shared by a user on Neogaf, Final Fantasy XV on PlayStation 4 Pro implements actual Anisotropic Filtering.

This is the comparison screenshot (in order PS4 vs PS4 Pro) that shows Anisotropic Filtering is real, look at the ground.

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You guys can check out the above images in high-resolution from the following two links: PS4 version and PS4 Pro version.

Final Fantasy XV is scheduled to launch on November 29. Edge Magazine recently previewed first 40 hours of the game and they are not happy with the fact that the game has a lot of influence from The Witcher 3 and Resident Evil series. Also, the story of the game is said to be pretty Sparse in terms of content and appeal.

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