We've seen plenty of Overwatch on the PC - thanks to the ongoing beta - but Blizzard's class-based shooter is also set to launch on both the PS4 and Xbox One in just under two months. So how exactly do those console versions compare?

I had some hands-on time with the PS4 and Xbox One versions last week and came away mostly impressed with what I played. The resolution varies, but importantly, the framerate doesn't. As far as I could tell, they both maintain a consistent 60FPS, which proves a real necessity in a game like this.

Take a look at the video below to see some of the first console gameplay, along with more detailed impressions and an interview with Overwatch game director, Jeff Kaplan.

To stay on top of all the latest developments, take a look at our dedicated Overwatch site at MetaBomb.

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