After the unveiling of the Xbox One more and more details about the technology of Microsoft's next-generation console come to light and more developers believe that Sony's PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are technically superior.
Also the Just Add Water’s CEO Stewart Gilray believes that the games will derive benefit from it. He said "We could see on the PS4 better frame rates," "We are working together with Sony and they are actively trying to enforce 1080p at 60 frames per second. In some situations, the graphics could be a bit weaker on the Xbox One, but not much. Or it could be fixed at 30 FPS at 1080p. "
"It depends on the size of the game. If you have a game that exploits the limits of the PlayStation 4, some improvements need to be made [for the Xbox One]. But you should design that runs on the Xbox One with a 60 FPS game, then it will also run on the PlayStation 4 at 60 FPS. "
As an example Gilray mentioned "DMC" on PlayStation 3, he said "There were some incidents where they used a lot lower resolution compared to Xbox 360. The reason PlayStation 3 had such lower resolution on some games with Unreal powered engines was due to the speed it moved around at. Now, with DDR5 on PlayStation 4 it's going to movie around really fast. I wonder if that will be sacrificed a little bit quality wise with the DDR3 stuff on Xbox One."