The frame rate of the Elden Ring title in the PS4 version is higher than the PS5


The expected Elden Ring title test network is available this week, and during the test, many fans measured the frame rate on each console.

it seems like Elden Ring Testers Network on Twitter, Are not sitting idle and apart from publishing various reviews of this game, they have measured and published the frame rate of this title in different consoles, in a video. Interestingly, when measuring the frame rate on different consoles, gamers noticed a strange thing; The frame rate of the PlayStation 5 version of the Elden Ring is slightly lower than the frame rate of the PlayStation 4 version of the same title. Although this problem will probably be fixed by From Software Studios by the day the game is released, this point is hard to ignore.

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Part of the analysis video released on the PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5 performance. It seems that at least for now, playing the PlayStation 4 version on the PlayStation 5 via Backward Compatibility will be a smoother experience than the PlayStation 5 version.

Of course, there are differences between the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 versions of the Elden Ring; Like the difference in resolution and the presence of more plants with higher details. According to technical critics, this problem will probably be solved with a simple patch, so you do not need to sell your PlayStation 5 to buy a PlayStation 4 right now.

You can watch the full video of the frame rate check on different consoles below:

You can read the Elden Ring test network here, which will surely contain new tips.

The highly anticipated Elden Ring game will be released on February 25, 2022 for the Xbox / S series, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC platforms. In other related news, the volume of the Xbox version of this game was revealed yesterday.

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