“Metro Exodus” is also available for new consoles since yesterday. How well PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC perform in a direct comparison, you can find out in this video.
The shooting game “Metro Exodus” was released yesterday for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. You can see the graphic differences between the four platforms in the comparison video below.
PS5 and Xbox Series X/S both have 4K dynamic resolution. It ranges from 1620p to 1728p on the Sony console, while it ranges from 1728p to 1800p on the powerful Xbox. On the other hand, the weakest model is between 576p and 1080p. With a high-end PC, native 4K resolution can of course be achieved using NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 upscaling technology. The computer recordings shown in the video are based on the Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080 graphics card.
Accordingly, the PC clearly outperforms in terms of graphics. For example, there are obvious differences in shading. The quality of textures is also the highest thanks to the use of tessellation on PC.
Ray tracing is supported on all consoles. It may make sense to dispense with the S-series to enable higher accuracy.
60 fps everywhere
Next comes the performance check. Here the three consoles do not give each other anything. 60fps is always achieved on all platforms. Frame drops do not occur.
The load times of the consoles were also compared with each other. In fact, the PS5 does the worst here in 48 seconds. Xbox consoles load the game slightly faster at 45 seconds and 43 seconds, respectively.
Of course PS5 players will also benefit from the capabilities of the DualSense controller. You can find out exactly how to use it in this article. You can find the launch announcement for the game in the article linked above.
In general, improvements can be seen. The developers at 4A Games recently praised the powerful CPU for the new consoles.
Watch the video for yourself now:
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