Electronic Arts has detailed the kinds of improvements PlayStation 5 owners can expect when it comes to its wide range of titles, and the results are not entirely consistent. Apex Legends comes out the most with increased performance and resolutions going up to 1440p, with more upgrades coming next year. However, Star Wars: Squadrons are being abandoned on PS5. It gets improved light, while the Xbox Series X is processed to support 120 fps and 2160p resolution if you decide to halve it. Why is that? We do not know.
Elsewhere, The Sims 4 will boast improved load times and smoother frame rates, and the same goes for UFC 4. EA claims they will detail what the enhancements are. Next generation levels for FIFA 21and Madden NFL 21 required at a later date. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered will not receive any special treatment on the PS5.
However, we must return to the subject of Star Wars: Squadrons. Why is the Xbox Series X getting so much upgraded when all the PS5 gets is better light? Surely the PS5 can also handle the frame rate boost? Let’s hope we get some answers. Are you looking forward to any next generation updates? Let us know in the comments below.