Bit Analyst compares next-gen backward compatible versions with PC versions to the max.
It’s been a long time ago, but Biomutant is finally available in stores. An open world Action RPG adventure with kung fu, guns, wacky vehicles and powers of all kinds that players can explore today. Although there are those who have already been able to squeeze the game on its different platforms, as is the case with The Bit Analyst, who now gives us this Biomutant technique comparison between its full PC version, and the backward compatible versions of the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
On this subject, and first of all, we remind you that Biomutant does not yet have new generation native versions. The new consoles use their versions of PS4 Pro and Xbox One X via backward compatibility. Likewise, and as confirmed by THQ Nordic itself, backward-compatible Biomutant goes to native 4K on Xbox Series X and 1080p rescaled on PS5 due to technical problems. Well, as this comparison shows, the differences between full PC version and backward compatible ones console could not be more remarkable.
The game has framerate problems on all platformsEither in the general quality of the textures as of the outer shadows, or in the distance of drawing, PC version has the upper hand In this comparison, run on an Nvidia RTX 3080 at 4K and 60 FPS, with all the settings at maximum. As for the consoles themselves, The Bit Analyst notes that loading times are shorter on Xbox Series, as usual in backward compatible games. In the case of resolutions, and as we said before, Biomutant operates at 2160p and 60 FPS on Series X and at 1080p and 60 FPS on PS5. In both, the speed can be limited to 30 FPS to improve the quality.
In the case of Xbox Series S, the game has two options: 1440p and 30 FPS, or 1080p and 60 FPS. According to this channel, Biomutant presents “some framerate issues“across all platforms, most notably Series S, and generally states that the game “needs some optimization” on consoles right now. With the game already available in stores, we remind you that you can consult the Biomutant analysis on our website to find out everything that this unusual open world adventure offers.
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