Developer Infinity Ward this week said Activision Blizzard Inc.’s Call of Duty: Ghosts for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 4 will yield a greater native resolution than Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One.
The developer this week said the PS4 SKU will hold a native 1080p high-definition resolution compared to the Xbox One SKU at a native 720p.
New gameplay includes the ability to control an attack dog to scout the area or take down enemy soldiers. Controls include aim of the bite attack and the option to bark in order to call attention to enemies.
The PS4 will be sold at $399.99 Nov. 15.
Microsoft this week said the Xbox One will launch in the U.S. at $499.99 Nov. 22.