Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time launched today on new platforms after its original release in October last year. Specifically, it has reached PS5 y Xbox Series X/S, next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft respectively, already Nintendo Switch. Coinciding with its re-release, the Spanish youtuber El Analista de Bits has published a couple of videos in which he compares the graphics of all these versions.
First of all, this youtuber has published a comparative graph of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on PS5 and Xbox Series X, although he has not tried the Xbox Series S version because he does not have the digital copy of the game, as he explains himself. The truth is that the result in both consoles seems to be quite similar: in both it has one dynamic resolution at 4K that is always around 2160p with a better average in the Microsoft console. Both also have a perfectly stable 60 fps, although PS5 has some improvements in the shadows and slightly faster loading times.
That well works Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time en Switch
The second video he has posted is one in which he compares the Toys for Bob and Activision game on three platforms: puts the Nintendo Switch version face to face with the PS4 and PS5 versions. Here perhaps the most interesting thing is to see how it has adapted Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time to the hybrid, something we have already seen in our analysis that has been carried out with more than solvency: “It is quite an example of how to make a great conversion to Nintendo Switch, leaving us with a very complete and tremendously fun game that gives up and looks like a fable in the hybrid“we say in our review.
To ensure this good technical performance, several decisions have been made, such as reducing its resolution at 1080p on desktop and 720p on laptop. His framerate It has also been limited, so instead of playing at 60 fps, as in new generation consoles, we will do it at about very stable 30 fps.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is available in PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, PC y Nintendo Switch. You can read our analysis of the original version here.