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Skyrim Anniversary Edition: PS5 vs Xbox Series X/S Upgrades Tested

Digital Foundry : Skyrim is back once again with a new 'Anniversary Edition' that not only adds new content but also gives a bit of bespoke attention to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles - replacing the need to use user mods or FPS Boost to get the game running at 60fps. Given we were already looking at 4K on PS5 and Series X, what's changed? And is Series S still running at 1080p? Actually, no!

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Eidolon58d ago (Edited 58d ago )

At 5 minutes.. Man idk why PS4-pro BC looked better, will probably blame it on the angles/distance/timing with editing. I personally thought PS5 update was a good upgrade, can't imagine it getting better, kind of a cash grab.

TriniOutsider58d ago

Digital Foundry, is probably crapping their pants right now. Knowing that the PS5 version is holding a steady frame rate with a native 4k image.

CBaoth58d ago (Edited 58d ago )

what it clearly shows is that old, UNsupported code is superior on Xbox consoles. However, when the software is supported, PS5 punches high above its weight while the Xbox is constrained. Better load times, resolution, and less frame drops on a game from a MS studio is hilarious. I wonder what the file sizes are; probably not much, like the lack of dualsense support, they didn't fully utilize Sony's SKU either.

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anast57d ago

Xbox looks like it is having trouble running their own games...

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