It was in May last year when Bethesda made an announcement concerning Wolfenstein: The New Order, where it will arrive on the PC, PS3 as well as next-gen platforms (back then). The thing is, the game itself has been delayed to this year from the last, which is not a bad thing entirely if it means being able to roll out a polished game at the end of it without any bugs accompanying its release. Well, it does seem as though Wolfenstein: The New Order on the Sony PS4 as well as Xbox One will be able to feature native 1080p/60fps on both consoles, achieving parity regardless of the platform that you have affiliated yourself with.
This particular confirmation by Bethesda to GameSpot is a comfort to many, as we did hear whispers on the street that the title itself would be rendered at 1080p on both platforms, but it was not yet revealed then as to whether the game will be output natively at 1080p, or go through some sort of upscaling process from a lower resolution. All in all, we know that the world is indeed looking forward to May 23rd as that is the touted launch date for this first person shooter.