Phil Spencer Comments On PS4 And Xbox One GPU Differences, says “Things Will Better In Coming Years”

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Which next-gen consoles One has better GPU?, this has been a hot topic of discussion on internet ever since the announcement of Xbox One and PS4. Many developers openly praised Sony’s PS4 for its GPU power and capability, however we haven’t heard anything on this comparison from any of the Microsoft officials.

Xbox OneIn a recent interview to Kotaku, Microsoft Vice President Phil Spencer talked about GPU differences between the PS4 and Xbox One. Spencer was asked to comment whether power disadvantages between PS4 and Xbox One would lead to negative long-term consequences for Xbox One?.

Spencer dodge the question calmly and replied, Xbox One architecture is much more complex than any specific feature or component. He further presented Forza 5 and Ryse: Son of Rome as an examples of experience that can only be achieved on Xbox One only.

Spencer later explained that developers will be able to harness full power of Xbox One once they get used to the console and its development tools.

“The Xbox One architecture is much more complex than any specific feature or component. The proof is ultimately in what gamers see and experience, and with the diversity and quality of games we have at launch—games like Ryse: Son of Rome and Forza Motorsport 5—we are delivering experiences that demonstrate the power capable only on Xbox One.”

“This is only the beginning, as creators spend more time with our development tools and tap the power of cloud compute, we’re confident that the Xbox One will be home to the best games, now and for years to come.”

Xbox One definitely features less powerful GPU and slower system memory when compared to PS4, so do you guys agree with the clarification of Phil Spencer?. Share your views with us in the comment section below.