The last-gen games that make the most out of PlayStation 5's extra horsepower
The samurai slasher runs at a locked 60 frames per second on PS5 - a big improvement over the slighlty stuttering PS4 version. The uptick in performance makes a huge difference during fights.
Thanks to a recent PS5 patch, you can now play Kratos' masterful reboot in 4K at 60fps. On PS4 Pro, you had to choose between a 4K/30fps mode, and a 1080p/60fps peformance option.
Turns out, escaping legions of undead beasties on your hog feels a whole lot smoother at 60fps. Thanks to the power of the PS5, this sandbox runs at double the refresh rate as it did on PS4.
Another first-party gem that now runs at 4K/60 frames per second on PS5. That much improved performance makes it easier than ever to slice and dice Jin Sakai's enemies.
You can now run Fumito Ueda's boy-meets-beast tale at 60fps... though there's a catch. This boost only works on the unpatched disc version. Still, the TLG feels lovely played at 60 frames.
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