Both are over 99% of time with 60fps but hey if you want to compre these 0.1% differences:They applied quick fix without doing any optimisation. Reducing vertical resolution in selected areas where console was dropping frames.
You've still got nothing. The ONE example you had to really dig to try to show an XSX advantage turned out to be a PS5 bug. I have no idea what you think you are proving by bringing up AC in high resolution mode since the only thing DF had to say about that was that the XSX had camera stutter during panning shots while the PS5 didn't.
And yes you are a console warrior. I presented the fact that there is very little difference between the XSX and PS5. You are the one who went hunting to try to portray the XSX in the most favorable light. However that portrayal did not give the XSX a clear advantage like you wanted, and even then, your generous viewpoint turned out to be based on a bug. Then instead of updating your view based on new information, you simply doubled down to say again the XSX must have some advantage ...somehow...somewhere... based on absolutely nothing.
I'll repeat again. The XSX and PS5 have nearly identical performance. Any differences in a title will be made up by more aggressively doing dynamic resolution scaling which will be invisible to everyone except pixel counters. Frame rate and resolution simply will not be a key differentiator between the PS5 and XSX. It is possible that this will change later in the gen when advanced features of both consoles will be more fully used, but there is no way to currently evaluate how this will pan out since no games are fully using them. We don't even know all the customized features for each console.
If the inconsistency is happening just on cutscenes like in AC, I don't mind trading them for higher res.This is the 2nd time I've seen the PS5 have higher resolution but a less consistent framerate. The first was Dirt 5 120hz mode. So I can be clear, drops in framerate are OK as long as it has higher resolution or does smooth performance matter more? Sometimes it seems like the goals shift depending on which system we are talking about.