Metro Exodus is finally available, and the game is a real beast on PC, but what about consoles? Which machine offers the best post-apocalyptic experience? Digital Foundry's technical managers have launched the game on all available consoles and the results are somewhat surprising! Contrary to what these comparisons usually do, it turns out that the Xbox One S actually offers Metro Exodus' most fluid performance. Not the X, the Xbox One S. Of course, getting this smoother framerate requires sacrifices. You can view the full analysis below.
Thus, from the resolution, the Xbox One X runs at native 4K, while the PS4 Pro offers up to 1440p. Meanwhile, the basic PS4 offers native 1080p resolution, while the Xbox One S offers dynamic resolution down to 900p. From what you expected until now.
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Ah, but there is a difference: it turns out that the dynamic resolution of the Xbox One S provides better performance, with Metro Exodus running at 30 frames per second on the console. The Xbox One X is doing pretty well too, even if it occasionally takes a slight dip. Unfortunately, the Sony consoles are not as successful: the PS4 Pro can be in the range of less than 20 frames per second and the base PS4 can drop to almost 15 frames per second. Ouch! In the end, the Xbox One X remains your best choice, but if you choose between the two basic consoles, this is one of the relatively rare cases where the Xbox One S beats the PS4.
That said, no matter which platform you play on Metro Exodus, you're probably ready for a good time. Wccftech's Chris Wray has found the experience awesome and challenging in his comprehensive account …
"Metro Exodus is an incredibly atmospheric, engaging and compelling shooter that forces the player to think upright. The improvement of this world is almost ruthless. Among the survivors who are more likely to kill you than to talk to you, mutant creatures and ghouls who want nothing but feasting on you and the dangers of the environment, this is a game that keeps you going. gap. He masters that with ease. Whether it's a tight shooter or a well-developed stealth mechanic, the game offers diversity within the limits of its own rules. The only drawbacks are the average dubbing and the game that ignores its own furtive tendencies to force the fight with incredibly difficult bosses. Overall, Metro Exodus is a fantastic game for which you would be worse off. "
Metro Exodus is now available on PC, Xbox One and PS4.