The Sony game studio went to Twitter to confirm that the Game Boost feature on the PS5 will allow you to enjoy the samurai action game at 60fps (the PS4 version is currently running at 30fps). Ghost of Tsushima are known for having fast load times already, but Sucker Punch claims they are even better on PS5.While Sony first referred to the PS5’s Game Boost functionality back in March, this is one of the first clear examples of how the feature can make PS4 games run smoother. In a PlayStation blog post, Sony found that PS4 games had faster load times and better or more stable frame rates. The company also found that dynamic resolution games may have more consistent 4K fidelity.
We already got a glimpse of how the Xbox Series X will improve older games, as early hands-on previews showed titles like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice can now run at 60fps after getting closer to 30fps got stuck fps on Xbox One X.
There’s no word yet on how Game Boost will improve other top PS4 exclusives and third-party games, but we’d love to see titles like The Last of Us Part II, Uncharted 4, and God of War at a silky 60 fps. Fortunately, we shouldn’t have to wait much longer for our favorite PS4 games to run on PS5 as the new console launches November 12th in the US and November 19th in the UK
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