Connect with us


This is how Atomic Heart looks compared on PlayStation, Xbox and PC

Atomic Heart is officially released tomorrow, February 21, but today the first analyzes and graphic comparisons of the final version of this long-awaited game in the style Bioshock but with soviet aesthetics. As usual, one of the first channels to publish one of these comparative videos is the USAEl Analista de Bits, which has published one in which it compares the versions next-gen of the game and another in which we can see a specific comparison of PlayStation.

In the first comparison of Atomic Heartsthe one that puts the versions of PS5, Xbox Series X / S and PC face to face, we see that the console versions have a resolution ranging from 1620p to 1800p for the open world and 2160p indoors, while on a powerful computer with ultra graphics it stays at 2160p. On the other hand, there is the Xbox Series S version, which the youtuber It is considered poorly optimized due to things like not being able to maintain a stable 60fps outdoors.

Read  April already has these six games for Xbox Game Pass – Xbox


Differences between Atomic Heart on PS5 and PS4

On the other hand, El Analista de Bits has also published a comparison of Atomic Heart on PS5, PS4 and PS4 Pro so we can check the differences between the two generations of consoles from sony. In the standard version of the last generation console, Atomic Heart works at 1080p and 30 fps, according to this comparison, while on PS4 Pro it increases its resolution thanks to a dynamic system that reaches 2160p (although it usually works at 1728p). ) and remains stable at 30fps. The last generation version has fewer NPCs, vegetation, slower loading times, and poorer texture quality.

Atomic Heart It will be available starting tomorrow on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC. In vandal You can read our impressions of the game, in which we tell you that “it is true that beyond its setting it is not very original, but its references are exciting: Bioshock, DOOM, Fallout And till Portal. It would not be the first time that the first film by an unknown studio leaves us confused, but it will not be the first time that a promising title ends up disappointing by chaining failures that were not appreciated at first glance.

Read  The Last of Us poll: Which episode is your favorite?


Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *