One of many first Overwatch 2 Xbox Sequence X|S vs PS5 and PC comparability movies has been launched, displaying fairly stable efficiency throughout all platforms.

ElAnalistaDeBits already launched its Swap vs PS4 and PS5 comparability video yesterday, and we now have a next-gen (or ought to we are saying current-gen) comparability video. Going by the outcomes, Blizzard’s Overwatch sequel seems and performs fairly effectively throughout the board. Whereas the dynamic vertical decision on Xbox Sequence X is increased in efficiency mode, the PS5 model advantages from increased horizontal dynamic decision, leading to fairly related sharping outcomes on each consoles.

In the meantime, the PC model advantages from a number of visible benefits over its console counterparts, together with higher ambient occlusion, shadow decision, some reflections, anti-aliasing, and anisotropic filtering.

On Xbox Sequence S, the game runs in 1440p@60FPS in decision mode, 1080p@60FPS in balanced mode, and 720p@120FPS in efficiency mode. SSR reflections and varied ornamental surroundings components seem to have been eliminated. As well as, the Sequence S model appears to endure from a bug when switching visible modes. As such, customers are required to verify the setting change twice. This bug will possible be mounted through an upcoming patch for the game.

You’ll be able to take a look at the comparability video down beneath:

PlayStation 5                                     

  • Decision Mode: 2160p/60fps
  • Balanced Mode: 1440p/60fps
  • Efficiency Mode: dynamic 2240x1260p/120fps (frequent 2048x1260p)

Xbox Sequence S

  • Decision Mode: 1440p/60fps
  • Balanced Mode: 1080p/60fps
  • Efficiency Mode: 720p/120fps

Xbox Sequence X

  • Decision Mode: 2160p/60fps
  • Balanced Mode: 1080p/60fps
  • Efficiency Mode: dynamic 2560x1440p/120fps (frequent 1920x1440p)


  • 2160p with max. settings

Overwatch 2 is offered globally now on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Sequence X, Xbox Sequence S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Swap.

Overwatch 2 is a free-to-play, team-based motion game set within the optimistic future, where each match is the final word 5v5 battlefield brawl. Play as a time-jumping freedom fighter, a beat-dropping battlefield DJ, or considered one of over 30 different distinctive heroes as you battle it out across the globe.

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