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There is no native 4K resolution when the PS5 version is released

There is no native 4K resolution when the PS5 version is released

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THQ Nordic’s new videos about biomotent show footage on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Raised to 4k only in video.

A few days ago, publisher THQ released gameplay videos showing biometric fans showing game footage for Nordic PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox One X. Now THQ Nordic has followed suit and released two more videos with game footage PlayStation 5 And Xbox Series X.. Resolutions and frame rates are shown in these videos, i.e. 4K and 60 fps – at first glance. This is because the resolution in the video was only raised to 4K with the game footage for the PlayStation 5.

Bitter news for PS5 players

The Xbox Series X Biomotent runs Owned at 4K and 60 fps, with the Xbox Series S it is 1440p with 60 fps. Biomotent will run at 1080p at 60 fps when the PS5 version is released. There is a note from THQ-Nordic at the beginning of the gameplay video for the PlayStation 5, which reads as follows:

“The video you are about to watch was recorded in the commercial version of the PlayStation 5. With this version, the preference for PlayStation’s own 4K resolution has been disabled due to performance and stability issues. When this option is disabled for the version, it will not be the current generation’s own experience. More info coming soon. “

Biomotent for PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and S will be released on May 25th and will be available for 59.99.

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