Gran Turismo 7 will release this week. Current comparison videos show how well the new racing simulation performs on various PlayStation consoles.
“Gran Turismo 7” is also one of Sony’s production releases for both the PS5 and PS4. A recent comparison video shows the technical differences between the consoles.
With most PS5 versions, two display modes are offered. However, instead of resolution, a ray tracing mode is offered in addition to the display. but the reflections are related Only Photo mode, replay and on some menus. The gaming experience itself is not affected by this.
Load times and DualSense features make the main difference
The biggest difference can undoubtedly be seen in load times. The older PS4 takes 42 seconds, while the Pro variant is about five seconds faster. PS5 owners can only laugh about it and start over after just 1.5 seconds.
The PS5’s DualSense controller ensures a high-quality gaming experience as well. Polyphony makes good use of digital features, providing players with an immersive driving experience. You will feel it as you smash asphalt, shift up and down, or pedal different vehicles.
The optical differences are rather minor. Significant improvements can be seen in the view distance, shadow display and ambient occlusion. In addition, more spectators can be displayed and there are more plants in the landscape.
next comes framerate check, The refresh rate was tested under “the most demanding conditions” to faithfully verify stability. To do this, the tester went on rainy or graphics-intensive routes with 20 participants. None of the three versions managed to do without frame drops. However, in less intense conditions, a fairly constant refresh rate is offered.
PS5 and PS4 Pro are on equal footing here. But even the basic PS4’s performance is satisfactory. By the way, even old-fashioned players can wait up to 60 fps.
Gran Turismo 7 performed well on all three PlayStation systems. But certainly more would have been possible on PlayStation 5.
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The release will take place this Friday, March 4. You can buy the digital version from the PlayStation Store for the cost of 79.99 Euro to acquire
See the comparison video by ElAnalistaDeBits for yourself now. Digital Foundry provides a more detailed comparison, taking a closer look at “Gran Turismo 7” in a half-hour video. We’ve included both videos below:
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