Konami has released a 3 minute comparison video of all four versions of next month's stealth game Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes.

The video, which you can see above, highlights the differences between the current and next-gen versions of the game, and offers the first footage of the game running on Xbox 360 and PS3.

It also demonstrates the difference in native resolution between the Xbox One and PS4 versions, with the game running at 720p on Xbox One and 1080p on PS4.

Something you won't be able to spot in the video above, however, is the frame rate differences between 360/PS3 and XB1/PS4. For that, you'll have to check out GameTrailers' version of the video. As revealed earlier in the month, Ground Zeroes runs at 60fps on next-gen consoles and 30fps on current-gen.

Furthermore, the video provides the first look at the PS4 version's "atmosphere simulation", an exclusive feature that - we assume - simulates sky and cloud patterns in real time rather than use a skybox.

More details on Ground Zeroes are expected to be revealed later this month before the game hits on March 21.

Source: @hideo_kojima_en, gametrailers.com