In the past, consoles were excluded when comparing games on computers due to the technical superiority and make a big and obvious difference, but now with the new generation PlayStation 5 and Series X, it seems that this superiority has become history as these platforms began to impose its existence strongly now.
Digital Foundry team of Eurogamer made a comparison in the performance and graphics quality between the PlayStation 5 and PC with the best settings on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and the Xbox Series X has been excluded because it is the weakest in terms of performance ad leaves the comparison between the PlayStation 5 and the PC, so what were the results ?
In the beginning, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was chosen intentionally because the game does not support RT, which is superior to AMD or Nvidia graphics cards in particular, and this will make the comparison fair enough to see who will succeed in performance and graphics quality.
The team has chose the best settings for the computer so it can show off the power of the game while this is not necessary for the PlayStation 5 because it’s set to the max settings by default, and the final results were like as you can see in the following picture:
Note: the PlayStation 5 version has a dynamic resolution that goes between 1440p and 1728p, while most of the time it is fixed on 1440p, so the PC version is installed on this settings, and the rest of the settings were set to max and comparing the results between the two devices.
For the full review video you can check this link for Digital Foundry video :