PS4: 1080p/60fps 20,75GB
PS4 Pro: 1620p/60fps 20,75GB
PS5: 2160p/60fps 16,54GB
- Remember: It is a beta. The game is still in development and the data provided may vary in future versions/updates.
- Resolutions do not appear dynamic. In the areas and circumstances checked they have always given the same figure, although I do not rule out that they could be in times of great stress.
- I'm not sure if the PS5 version uses some kind of temporal reconstruction, but if it does, it's a very good one.
- The map on PS4/PS4 Pro is considerably reduced. This is due to the maximum number of players allowed per platform (PS4/Pro 64 and PS5 128). - Due to the above, Battlefield 2042 does not have crossplay between generations.
- PS5 has some framerate drops and some graphical bugs. It will probably be fixed in the final version.
- PS4 and PS4 Pro have a framerate that ranges between 60/50fps or lower.
- PS4 Pro has lower LOD on some assets and lower shadow resolution than PS4. I do not know if it is a bug or something premeditated.
- The pop-in and the draw distance are much lower on PS4/PS4 Pro. It is even annoying.
- PS5 has appreciable advantages in all sections, ambient occlusion, textures, anisotropic filtering ...
- Battlefield 2042 is probably the first great game that begins to leave the oldgen forgotten