The Story: Since the launch of both Playstation 4 & Xbox One the multi-platform games battle has been in the favor of Sony.
This has been a thorn in the side of Microsoft and it appears that it's not changing even in the future game releases that's scheduled for 2015.
Playstation 4 is a more powerful system than Xbox One but the addition of directx 12 could be the answer to this power seperation between the two platforms.
Multi-platform games are the back bone to the success for videogame systems while exclusives are the heart of the business.
Mortal Kombat X will be at E3'2014 in playable form and the rumors behind the scenes is that the game looks and runs better on the Playstation 4.
A strong source close to the development of this game has said that the Playstation 4 development environment allows for a faster more significant performance boost due to the hardware and the way they use the GDDR5 RAM in the system.
The Xbox One is a great machine but as time goes by the performance gap will widen simply cause of the stability of the Playstation 4 and how it's able to handle all tasks that goes into the development environment.
"IT JUST WORKS" has been the quote floating around many developers when they speak of the Playstation 4.
E3'2014 will be big but Microsoft truly needs a redemption, Mortal Kombat X is a highly legendary title in our industry and if articles start rolling out about this 2015 title stating the Playstation 4 version is the better version then that DirectX 12 application needs to be proven asap or Microsoft is in for a long gaming generation.
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