A few days after the global launch of Battlefield 2042YouTube channel ElAnalistaDeBits has published a file Video Which compares graphics and performance versions PS5 and Xbox Series S | X e PC From a shooter from EA and DICE.
The PC version we see in the movie works with the RTX 3080 using DLSS in quality mode. In terms of resolution, Xbox Series X and PS5 arrive at 2160 p With temporal reconstruction, Xbox Series S training si ferma a 1260p.
According to reports from ElAnalistaDeBits, all versions of Battlefield 2042 are running in 60 frames per second: On the S series, the frame rate is a granite, while on the PS5 and Xbox Series X it has some occasional drops, and it’s more frequent on the Sony console.
PS5 is the console with the best execution of temporal reconstruction, with slightly sharper visuals than the X-series, but inferior to the PC version with active DLSS. The fixtures on the Xbox Series X and PS5 are practically identical, but in some cases, the Sony console managed to get very close to the quality of the PC version. On the other hand, the X series has high quality reflections and an anisotropic filter.
Other than the graphical differences, ElAnalistaDeBits states that all versions of Battlefield 2042 are well optimized.
Battlefield 2042 will be available on all platforms starting from Friday 19 NovemberHowever, players who purchased the Gold and Ultimate Editions can already play it for a few days in Early Access, as well as EA Play and Xbox Game Pass subscribers who can try the game for 10 hours. At the moment, the DICE shooter appears to be having serious issues with Xbox Series X, with gamers complaining about various crashes on Microsoft’s console.
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