How Rise Of The Tomb Raider Looks Like On The PS4

With all the shenanigans about the upcoming games and an announcement of a new console going on the past days, Rise of the Tomb Raider's release for the PS4 seemed to be left out of the picture. It's true that the game was released almost a year ago but it was a timed exclusive for Microsoft. Come Oct. 10, the game was finally rolled out for the PS4, which makes you wonder, how does it look on Sony's current flagship? Is it better looking compared to the Xbox One version?

We Play Things has posted a video about it on YouTube and it looks great. But don't take our word for it. You can see for yourself on the video comparison on the bottom of this article which shows PS4 VS Xbox One rendering for Rise of the Tomb Raider. Obviously, it will never be as good as the PS4 Pro version but it's still satisfying to play on the current Sony console flagship. By next month, the game will still be interesting to play on Pro.

Rise of the Tomb Raider was announced two years ago in June. The game entails Lara Croft's adventure in Siberia to search for the lost city of Kitezh. As usual, her quests are done while engaging against military groups, talk about girl power. Lara's voice actor also returns to the game in the form of Camilla Luddington..

Is Rise of the Tomb Raider good?

We Write Things wrote a review about it, saying that the game is 'one of PS4's best of 2016.' Characters of Rise of the Tomb Raider are favored by the reviewer. Each of these characters brought the game awesome performances and on top of that, their motives aren't easy to detect. The game reviewer also highlighted that though the twists aren't that deep, the game makers made sure that these story detours made sense.

Rise of the Tomb Raider is available for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, and recently for the PS4. Check out the video comparison below between Xbox One and PS4. Let us know which is better via the comments section. 

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