PS4 Pro Vs PS5: Ghost Of Tsushima

Want to know how much of a difference PS5's Boost Mode adds to your PS4 games? Check out this comparison of Ghost Of Tsushima, running on PS4 Pro and PS5 with the latest patches.

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Hellcat2020159d ago

Watching comparison vids I really can't see much difference but I'll be trying it out for myself

RaiderNation159d ago

You don't see the difference between 30fps and 60fps??

Grave159d ago

Exaclty. So much smoother wow!

Rocketisleague159d ago

Much better to experience when playing imo

himdeel159d ago

Just finished my 1st play through and waiting for ng+ on the PS5. Definitely smoother on the 5. Them frames!

SmokinAces159d ago (Edited 159d ago )

I'd imagine it would be difficult to see a major difference though this highly compressed internet video, I'm sure actaully playing it on PS5 would make it very noticeable.

Eidolon159d ago

The framerate is obvious, though.

DOMination-159d ago

It will make a big difference but I agree that you'll only really appreciate it playing it yourself than watching on YouTube.

fr0sty158d ago

I highly doubt they replaced all the assets with next gen features... you might get higher res shadows, maybe better global illumination, and faster frame rate, but I wouldn't expect much more beyond that. The game looks mind blowing as-is, though.

Eidolon159d ago (Edited 159d ago )

Really just the framerate(30 to 60) but that's a matter of preference. I don't think it was a smooth 30fps, IMO. Would be great to have native 4K, 30fps with added fidelity/graphical features. But it is an amazing looking game as is.
There were some scenes that looked to be crisper/higher res on the PS5 side, but could be my mind playing tricks on me.

Felix_Argyle_Catbro159d ago

30fps is garbage, it's good that you're not getting it.

Eidolon159d ago (Edited 159d ago )

Depends on the game, sometimes it can take from the immersion. Bet you haven't seen too many 60FPS films and said it looks better than theatre(24fps).

Edgelordsupreme159d ago (Edited 159d ago )

Don't mind Felix, he's an eccentric person.

porkChop159d ago

The only difference is the framerate.

SmokinAces159d ago

Pretty outstanding difference considering how incredible the game already looked.

ZeroBlue2159d ago (Edited 159d ago )

It's mainly the framerate, which is like night and day difference. I'm sure there are various graphical improvements, but probably not enough to be very noticeable in compressed internet video.

FinalFantasyFanatic158d ago (Edited 158d ago )

Really? There's a big difference between frame rate (you should be able to spot the frame rate). I can understand not spotting the extra detail since I assume we're not watching this video at 4k though (it looks subtle in this video).

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n-skyline159d ago

It looks pretty much the same to me. I finished it on the original ps4 though so even the ps4 pro version would be an improvement for me. Best game I have played in years

Felix_Argyle_Catbro159d ago

The frame rate is the difference, and it's a big one.

n-skyline159d ago

Im looking forward to new game plus at 60 frames per second on the PS5. Im enjoying the legends mode and I rarely ever play the online elements to games

KeenBean345159d ago

I cant wait to play this in 60fps again, top 3 of the generation for me

ExBee159d ago

GoT really doesn't need any extra boost unless the tech is miles better, the load times for GoT was already insane

Vanfernal159d ago

Doubling the framerate is pretty significant.

rlow1159d ago

Smoother and better lighting is the main benefit I see. But that shouldn't be a surprise considering the power difference between the two consoles. Makes a great game even more enjoyable.

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