Strider compared on PlayStation 4 and PS3

1080p at 60 frames versus 720p at 30 frames.

Capcom Japan has provided the first comparison screenshots of the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions of its upcoming Strider reboot.

On PlayStation 4, Strider runs at 1080p / 60 frames per second

On PlayStation 3, Strider runs at 720p / 30 frames per second

As announced earlier this week, the Strider reboot will launch for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in Japan on February 22. The PlayStation 4 version will be a 2,000 yen download title, while the PlayStation 3 version will be available in 3,990 yen packaged and download versions.

The PlayStation 3 version includes the game, a special video, and product code to download the original two Strider games on PSone.

A “Special A Class Limited Edition” will include a copy of the game, a special video, a product code to download Strider and Strider 2, an illustration collection, three-disc soundtrack CD, instruction card and sticker set, mask, badge, clear file, spacer, and special box—all for 12,000 yen. Pre-orders at Capcom’s online store include a PlayStation 3 e-Capcom custom theme.

The Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC versions of Strider have not been dated for Japan. All versions of the game are due out in North America and Europe in early 2014.

View some new screenshots at the gallery.

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