As usual, we do our best to show you as many different versions of a game as we can and it is now time to see what the PS4 version of Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition has in store for you. From what we've seen, performance is superior to what we experienced on Xbox One, especially frame rate wise. There are still some slowdowns but overall the game looks smoother on Sony's console. Aliasing is still there, but textures and resolution have been much improved since the Xbox 360 and PS3 era. That being said, the original PC version from two years ago runs better than either next gen ports.
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