If you haven’t yet jumped into the new game Stray that lets you play as a cat in a post-apocalyptic world. You might be interested in reviewing the performance analysis video created by the team at Digital Foundry, who spotted some inconsistencies when playing the game on PC compared to PlayStation.
In the video, the team compared Cat Adventure on both the latest generation PlayStation 5 and the latest generation PlayStation 4 and PC systems comparing PlayStation and Mac PC settings and frame rate goals. But is there more that developers can do to improve the game on PC? Check out the video below to find out more.
Stray gaming performance PS5 vs PS4 PC
“The complete technical breakdown of the beautiful BlueTwelve Studio adventure – tested on PS5 and last generation PS4 systems, as well as PC. Sony’s next generation system feature is enhanced native 4K resolution and 60fps. But does the end result stack up on a PC? at maximum settings – and how good are each with their frame rate goals?”
Lost, alone and separated from her family, a stray cat must solve an ancient mystery to escape from the long-forgotten online world and find its way home. Stray is a third-person feline adventure game set amid the detailed neon-lit alleys of a degraded electronic city and the mysterious environments of Her abnormal stomach. Roam high and low oceans, defend against unexpected threats and solve the mysteries of this unwelcoming place inhabited by curious robots and dangerous creatures.”
“See the world through the eyes of a cat and interact with the environment in playful ways. Be stealthy, clever, silly, and sometimes as annoying as possible with the strange inhabitants of this mysterious world.”
Source: Steam: Digital Foundry
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