While people are wondering why some 720P games look better than 1080p games, or why a lot of Wii u games at 1080p look to be 720p (or so they claim) or why most 720 and 1080p phone games on your tablets or TV look like ass,
If i took Battlefield 5 and made it with the Doom 2 engine and put it on a console with a AMD super charger fusion module it's going to look like shit.
Resolution arguments between consoles and PC's and Wii U power arguments make no sense using simple logic. If a consoles is factually capable for 1080p or you have a monitor capable of 2060p or even 4K, that is up to the engine to show for it not resolution alone. Saying my Doom 2 engine BF5 looking better than say Crysis 2 would be a humiliation.
Say for example, I took Haze and made the same game with the same engine in 4k. But if I take Crysis 2 in 1080p and have the dynamic lighting and higher texture engine along with being able to generate cleaner polygons which is going to look better, The 4K game?
Whether you consider no games on the Wii U to show it's power, or if you are wondering why XO and PS4 games don't look like they are very if at all, different from each other, or a PC gamer making a stupid argument for Darkest of days because it's in 4K on your PC and claim it looks better than Uncharted, Realize you have no idea what you are talking about.
It's all in the Engine, and I think most will agree with me that saying X looks better because it has more P on your cereal does not mean the game looks better.