By using the latest DirectX 11 API, you’ll be able to run games at a higher frame rate on PlayStation’s graphics chip, making it feel faster.
But this doesn’t mean the games will be playable in full 1080p on your PS4 console.
According to Sony, the PS4 has an additional clock speed boost from 1066MHz to 1212MHz, which is much faster than what Xbox One developers can deliver.
For instance, Battlefield 4 runs at a frame rate of 30fps on PS4, which should feel even better on the Xbox One.
We’re not sure how much of this is due to the new GPU technology, but it does make the PS5’s performance feel slightly slower.
If you’re running 1080p games, there’s no reason to expect the PS3 to run them at 60fps on Xbox One, but if you’re playing a 1080p game, it’s possible.
We did have some gameplay with Battlefield 4 on Xbox, so it’s not too surprising that the game’s performance is slightly less than the PS1 version.
You can read our full review of Battlefield 4 here.
Sony hasn’t confirmed the exact performance of PS4 games, but the PS2 version ran at 900MHz to 9006MHz, while the PSX version ran 900MHz-9006MHz.
This suggests that there’s a performance difference between the two consoles, but Sony hasn`t provided any details about how it works.
We suspect that it’s a hardware limitation that affects some games, though it could be due to performance.
We’ve seen PS4 game developers try to solve this problem by running a lower resolution on PSX, but that didn’t seem to help.
We`ve seen a PSX game run at 900Hz on PS3, but we haven`t seen it run at the same resolution on Xbox.
However, you can check out the 1080p PSX demo here.
The PS3 and PSX games we tested ran at roughly the same frame rate, so we suspect that the GPU limitation is only affecting a small percentage of PS3 games.
However if you`re still concerned, it`s worth noting that there`s no way to guarantee a PS4 version running 1080P at 30fps without the game running at a lower frame rate.
If a PS3 game can run at a 1080P frame rate and you want to play it at 60 FPS, you might want to consider using an older PS3 or PSX emulator.
For a more thorough look at what performance differences can occur with certain games, check out our video benchmarking guide for the PS6.