> A new video allows us to study in detail the differences between the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Ghost of Tsushima .
Two days are left before Ghost of Tsushima , which actually represents the the last great PlayStation 4 exclusive to hit the market.
We talked about it in our review, where we particularly rewarded the choice of setting and the care you placed in it.
The clip, made by the YouTube channel Resero , allows us to take a look at the performances on the two platforms and understand how they vary from one to the other a.
The frame rate is quite solid on both consoles: both record fairly slight shots and drops, with PS4 Pro which in the overall calculation meets slightly less.
Note that the graphics mode that gives precedence to the frame rate on PS4 Pro is still presented at 30fps, and is limited to lowering the resolution so as to avoid those shots entirely.
On PS4 base , however, we have a very positive picture compared to the most powerful console of the family.
To undergo a slight downgrade are only the shadows, especially at night, and solar lighting which bathes more d efinished the environments on PlayStation 4 Pro.
It should also be noted that in some situations of the video it is possible to notice more detailed textures on the second console, especially on the rocks. p>
Overall, in any case, Sucker Punch appears to have done a good optimization job for both platforms, leaving no players behind on basic PS4.
A work that, in its entirety, convinced the prestigious Japanese magazine Famitsu ad assign him the perfect score: it is only the third western title to earn it on the magazine.
If you haven’t done it yet, you can still pre-order Ghost of Tsushima on Amazon