There's a new Destiny, and with it, a new chance to see how the PS4, PS4 Pro and Xbox One shape up against each other.
Digital Foundry has done their thing and broken down the resolution, frame rate and image quality across all three consoles when it comes to Destiny 2.
The results are pretty much what you'd expect: all three consoles use dynamic resolution to some degree, with the PS4 Pro having the best image quality and best shadows in particular.
You'll notice pop-in on all three consoles - not No Man's Sky levels - but detailed pop-in happens on the PS4 and PS4 Pro a little sooner. But all in all, the framerate is a solid 30fps throughout. The Xbox One has some very occasional stutter, but performance is solid beyond that and any drops are largely limited to the campaign mode.
It'll be fun to see the difference in effects with the Xbox One X version, compared to what is available on the PC version next month. Digital Foundry's finding that a GTX 1070 could run Destiny 2 at 4K - on the lower presets - is interesting as well, and good to see for those concerned about PC optimisation.