Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the new fantasy action adventure from Ember Lab, is now available in PS4, PS5 and PC, one of the most anticipated video games of this second half of the year since its surprising staging in summer of last year. And it is that the title looked great from its first revelation trailer, betting on some animation levels, detail and color more than striking. And now that the game is out, how does it really perform on each of the platforms it has appeared on? The channel ElAnalistaDeBits YouTube specialized in technical analysis has the answer, since it has made a complete comparison between the versions of PlayStation (PS4, PS4 Pro and PS5) and between PC and PS5.
This is how Kena performs and looks: Bridge of Spirits
Thus, the first data that have transpired on resolution and performance of Kena: Bridge of Spirits on each platform are:
- PS4 at 1080o and 30 FPS
- PS4 Pro a 1080p y 30 FPS
- PS5 a 2160p (4K) y 30 FPS o 1080p y 30 FPS
On the other hand, on PC the test has been carried out at 2160p (4K) in Ultra mode with a RTX 3080.
The conclusions drawn from this comparison are various; For starters, the PS5 version of Kena: Bridge of Spirits, unsurprisingly, looks better than it does on Sony’s two previous-gen consoles, with best shadows, more abundant vegetation and more realistic textures. The same is true between PS4 Pro and PS4, albeit at a much lower level. On the modeling of the characters, you get quite similar results on all three PlayStation consoles, although PS5 shows a greater number of particles.
At the performance level, quite stable frame rates are obtained, although on PS4 it suffers more than expected at times of increased visual load onscreen; the same is true on PS5 in 4K mode. Another of the differentiating characteristics between PlayStation consoles are the loading times, of barely 3 seconds on PS5 and of 15 seconds on PS4 / PS4 Pro. The author of the comparison recommends resorting to the mode Performance en PS5as best results are obtained at 60 FPS with little graphic sacrifice.
Between PC and PS5, you get best shadows and one increased ambient occlusion on PC with such hardware, revealing less sharp shadows on PS5. The textures are the same between both versions, although it was appreciated greater draw distance and antialiasing and PC.
Do not miss our first hour with Kena: Bridge of Spirits through the video that heads this news. We leave you with the two videos as a comparison of the new Ember Lab.
Source | ElAnalistaDeBits