Journalists from the video game press are running tests on Sony’s nextgen console load times: having proposed our review of the PlayStation 5, here are the results from international media on the first comparisons to Xbox Series X and PS4 PRO.
Comparisons made by colleagues naturally refer to all accessible games in backward compatibility in PS5 me Xbox Series X, with reported values that may be subject to change based on future interventions by Sony and Microsoft. While waiting to know how the two nextgen machines will behave with games developed expressly to exploit their potential, we offer you the results obtained by journalists in the area on the loading times of backward compatible games.
PS5 vs Xbox Series X – Forbes.com test
- Red Dead Redemption 2 – PS5 1 minute 5 seconds, Xbox Series X 1 minute 4 seconds
- Final Fantasy XV: PS5 1 minute 10 seconds, Xbox Series X 48 seconds
- Destiny 2: PS557 seconds, Xbox Series X 42 seconds
- Monster Hunter World: PS5 51 seconds, Xbox Series X 35 seconds
- Batman Arkham Knight: PS5 1 minute 7 seconds, Xbox Series X 58 seconds
PS5 vs Xbox Series X – test di Tom Warren (The Verge)
- Cold boot: PS5 25 seconds, Xbox Series X 25 seconds
- Power on after standby: PS5 14 seconds, Xbox Series X 4 seconds
- Destiny 2 (Unpatched) Dash to Menu – PS5 57 seconds, Xbox Series X 47 seconds
- Destiny 2 (Unpatched) From Orbit to European Dead Zone – PS5 39 seconds, Xbox Series X 29 seconds
PS5 vs PS4 PRO – try HardcoreGamer
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey First Release – PS5 40 seconds, PS4 PRO 54 seconds
- Bloodborne, First Start – PS5 22 seconds, PS4 PRO 30 seconds
- Destiny 2 (unpatched), first release: PS5 52 seconds, PS4 PRO 3 minutes
- Final Fantasy 7 Remake, First Release – PS5 24 seconds, PS4 PRO 36 seconds
- Ghost of Tsushima, first start – PS5 43 seconds, PS4 PRO 44 seconds
- God of War, First Start – PS5 23 seconds, PS4 PRO 41 seconds
- Resident Evil 2, First Release – PS5 23 seconds, PS4 PRO 56 seconds
- Star Wars Squadrons, First Start – PS5 54 seconds, PS4 PRO 1 minute 20 seconds
Before you leave the comments and find out what you think about it, we invite you to also read our thoughts on the capacity and battery life of the PS5 DualSense and our reviews on the compatibility with previous versions of the PS5.
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