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Continuing the popular console debate of who can have more pixels than the other, upcoming Dark Souls-esque title Lords of the Fallen has thrown the resolution gloves down with Xbox One reportedly at 900p while PlayStation 4 reigns supreme at 1080p.

The news comes from a recent interview by Videogamer, whereby CITY Interactive's creative director Tomasz Gop confirmed each consoles respective resolution. Gop discussed the differences between the two versions in a new gameplay walkthrough, explaining that the two games were "pretty much similar," but "probably the resolution [on Xbox One] is like 900p instead of 1080p on PlayStation 4. But apart from that there's nothing different I would say."

Lords of the Fallen is out October 31st on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Check out a handful of new gameplay thanks to a recent PlayStation Access preview below.

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