Video compares A Plague Tale: Requiem on PS5, Xbox Series S/X and PC
Available now for next-gen consoles and PC, A Plague Tale: Requiem brings in its luggage the continuation of the story of Amicia and Hugo, which takes place 6 months after the events of the first title, in Medieval France of the 14th century. ElAnalistaDeBits released a comparison of the game on ps5🇧🇷 Xbox Series S/X and PRAÇA🇧🇷 Remember that despite not being in the video below, the game is also available for the Nintendo Switch.
On Microsoft consoles, the game is running at 1080p/30fps | 40fps at 120hz on Series S and at 1440p/30fps | 40fps at 120hz on Series X🇧🇷 no longer ps5 are 1440p/30fp | 40fps at 120hz. On PC, in turn, the game has 2160p running at maximum. The cards used in the comparison are: RTX 4090, 3080, 3070Ti, 3060Ti, 3050.
As for the file size of the game on each platform, it is 51.90Gb on Microsoft consoles, 50.03Gb on PS5 and 47.07Gb on the PC version.
The review video description brings some important information about the test.
On consoles, A Plague Tale: Requiem 30fps in 60hz mode and 40fps in 120hz mode. The game also supports VRR. the version of Xbox Series X is the most stable on consoles. O ps5 has performance issues in some areas (especially in open spaces with mice).
O Xbox Series S there are some cutbacks in shadows, textures, vegetation, draw distance and reflections. On PC, the game has more vegetation, better ambient occlusion, shadows, and anisotropic filtering. Also, it will receive a ray-tracing patch soon.
A Plague Tale: Requiem is one of the first games with DLSS 3 + Frame Generation support in the series RTX40🇧🇷 With this technique, it is possible to reach more than 160fps on average with a RTX4090 at Ultra.
Lastly, load times are similar across all 4 platforms.
For more about A Plague Tale: Requiem, check out our analysis that says that ”Four years later, A Plague Tale: Requiem arrived to delight players and show that it is possible to make a sequel with quality. But before we talk about the news, it’s important to place the player in time.
Requiem is still a third-person action game, with dark and terrifying ingredients in the right measure. In some moments, it is possible to feel in an open world game, but make no mistake”.