A few weeks after Microsoft, Sony is introducing a new feature that can increase the number of images displayed per second on the next-gen console.
The promise of next-generation consoles: less waiting times and better quality games with around 60 FPS. In fact, it’s a little more complicated. In fact, few games take advantage of the capabilities of next generation consoles. Right now, most of the gamers who have managed to get their hands on these consoles mostly play older generation games that run at 30 FPS at best. But that was without counting the FPS boost presented by Microsoft
Game Boost, alternative PlayStation
So on the PS5 side, it’s Game Boost that is being unraveled. The principle is exactly the same: games benefit from an increase in the number of images displayed per second. However, this does not apply to all games. In fact, only some of them are Game Boost compatible. This is particularly the case with God of War, Ghost of Tsushima, and Shadow of The Colossus Remake. The list should grow as we go …
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By Meakaya, Writing from igamesnews.com