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    Anyone here got this on BOTH consoles?

    Picking up my PS4 copy tonight. Interesting to try the full version now I'm used to it on Xbox ONE.

    I'm getting very noticeable frame rate drops/stuttering on Oulton Park in quick race mode with full grid on Xbox ONE...that'll be my first test on the PS4.

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    I've got it on PC, PS4 and XBOX One. I've played that track with the Renault Clio over the weekend online with friends on my PS4 and it was fine but I've not tried it on the XBOX One, I've not noticed any drops in frame rate so far on the XBOX One, my only problem on that format was the large dead zone they put on the steering axis by default, it was 50 on the XBOX and only 15 on the PS4. That said with the dead zone taken out on both formats the XBOX One steering feels just a little bit smoother for some reason though that could have been the track/car combo I chose on each system.

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    They are like chalk and cheese.
    Right now the PS4 version grips and drives lovely with no need for TCS or Stability control tyre heat up much quicker too and much more forgiving when stone cold, back to back the Xbox is twitchy, I've had to have Stability control on all the time and TCS on for wet races.

    Visually the stuttering and framerate drops are not in the PS4 version either, also it just looks smoother/nicer, anyone that says there isn't noticeable visual differences between the two are either A: blind or B: on the payrole.

    Xbox One desperately needs that incoming patch that I mentioned yesterday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chris4652009 View Post
    Xbox One desperately needs that incoming patch that I mentioned yesterday.
    You can't patch a poorly designed console , I'm not fanboi'ing. But the design of the Xbox is not for gamers.
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    PSN ID: pablo2008jedi

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    Fanboi^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco Ferrari View Post

    Because I'm talking about BOTH versions ....................

    This one in PS4 and the other in Xbox ONE. is that ok?

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