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Experts have compared the graphics of Watch Dogs: Legion on the next generation consoles

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The release of Watch Dogs: Legion was controversial in terms of optimization, but visually, the game is noteworthy, and the work of Ubisoft studio deserves praise. The novelty supports all the delights of nextgen graphics, RTX reflections and DLSS 2.0. But the most interesting thing is how it all looks and plays on the Xbox Series X / S and Playstation 5 consoles.

The game features a beautifully traced open world of London with a gloomy mood of nature, rains and puddles on the roads, where there were just new reflections in ray tracing. At full settings, even in QuadHD, the game can easily strain your build with the 2070 Super on board. After this, it becomes interesting what the latest consoles are capable of in this project, because they claim real 4K.

Enthusiasts tested it on three consoles – Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and Playstation 5. In this game, older consoles offer true 4K at 1080p reflections. And the younger Series S can work no higher than FullHD for general plan and 720p for RT reflections.

The difference between Series X and PS5 is subtle, but Series S is expected to lag behind the concept of modern gaming.

Nevertheless, all three consoles confidently keep 30 frames per second, and in none of the scenes the FPS graph does not sag. At the same time, the resolution is kept at the maximum possible for each console. Even the Series S rarely drops down to 900p, and produces honest 1080p pretty much everywhere.

The performance mode has not yet been added to the game, so it will not be possible to evaluate the work of 60 frames per second at dynamic resolution. But all three consoles show excellent loading speeds for games on the new SSD drives.

The author of the comparison also noticed that his RTX 2060 Super is capable of displaying a better picture with higher settings at the same resolution and frame rate graphics. And for comfortable gaming at full settings in 4K at 60 frames, an RTX 2080 Ti or RTX 3070 should be enough.

Source: eurogamer

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