Konami has released a series of images comparing the graphics quality of the various version of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.

While these don't take framerate into consideration, the publisher has stated that the PS4 and Xbox One version will run at 60 fps, while the last-gen versions will cap at 30. The PC one will depend on your rig and what settings you've enabled.

Resolution-wise, the last-gen versions are stuck at 720p, Xbox One offers 900p with a "final output 1080p", PS4 has native 1080p, and the PC goes up to a maximum setting of 3840x2160.

So, without further ado, let the graphics comparison commence!

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PlayStation 4.
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PlayStation 3.
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PlayStation 4.
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PlayStation 3.
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Xbox One.
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Xbox 360.
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Xbox One.
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Xbox 360.
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PC.
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PlayStation 4.
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PC.
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PlayStation 4.

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will be released on all platforms 1st September.

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