After Microsoft and Sony launched the new generation of electronic gaming platforms in the market, many reports began to appear about evaluating the performance of both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, especially after Microsoft described its platform as the strongest in technical specifications among All devices because it includes a 12 teraflops GPU.
But performance tests proved otherwise. The Digital Foundry channel on YouTube analyzed the performance of a group of games, such as: DiRT 5, Call of Duty, and Assassin Creed: Valhalla, in both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 platforms, with the result that PlayStation 5 outperformed the Xbox Series. X in terms of performance and better gaming experience.
Here’s how the PlayStation 5 outperformed the Xbox Series X in our benchmarks?
To start with, it should be noted that Microsoft has worked with the Digital Foundry channel to prove the power of the Xbox Series X platform, and given the specifications that the Xbox Series X games come with, it was clear that it was indisputable.
But as with most gaming consoles there is a lot going on when it comes to real-world performance, and so far the PlayStation 5 has proven to be the best overall when it comes to playing graphics-intensive games.
As a result, Microsoft acknowledged the results of analyzing game performance, but indicated that there were minor bugs that could affect performance on Xbox Series X.
A Microsoft spokesperson said: “We are aware of performance issues in a few games optimized for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S platforms and are actively working with our game developer partners to identify and solve issues to ensure a perfect gaming experience, so they are expected to make fixes. “Bugs were minor as they learned how to take full advantage of the new platform, and we are keen to continue working with them to explore the potential of gaming platforms in the future.”
Some sources also indicate that Microsoft is working on releasing the platform update for the Game Development Kit (GDK) before the end of the year to address certain bugs that cause performance deterioration in certain situations, but regardless of the upcoming improvements, these performance tests prove that mentioning specifications only does not necessarily translate into perfect performance. in the real world.