After the release of Cyberpunk 2077, many videos about the fresh CD Projekt RED game appeared on the Web. These include comparisons of different versions of the project from bloggers and Western publications. We have collected in one material several video comparisons at once and, based on them, made certain conclusions.
The first interesting comparison was the GameSpot edition. On its YouTube channel, the portal posted a video comparing Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox One S, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PS4 and PS5. The first thing that catches your eye is a significant drop in the frame rate on the One S. During shooting scenes, it drops down to 14 frames / s. On the base PS4, the situation is no better: in “heavy” episodes, the frame rate drops to 16 frames / s. True, the PlayStation 4 is more likely to show 20-30 fps than the One S.
And on next-gen consoles, frame rates are no problem: Series X and PS5 show stable 60fps. In the quality mode on the Series X, the figure drops to 30 frames / s, which is also taken as a standard in the version for the Series S. But the frame rate on this console does not drop.
The GameSpot video also compares the quality of performance of different versions. For example, the Xbox Series X has significantly better lighting and draw distance than the Series S and One S. The situation is similar with reflections, shadows and clarity of textures. The difference between Cyberpunk 2077 on PS5 and PS4 is exactly the same.
Meanwhile, the author of the YouTube channel ThePapiGfunk compared the versions of the game for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. They are almost the same, but on the Microsoft console, the lighting is still slightly softer and in some places clearer textures are observed.
And if you want to feel how different Cyberpunk 2077 can be, then watch the video from WoW Quests. It compares the PC version with ultra settings and the base PS4. The difference between them is noticeable in literally every aspect, from texture quality to lighting.
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