Resident Evil 4 remake It arrived last week and since its inception the community has been enjoying it. Although it’s a great remake, the truth is that the experience wasn’t on the same level for everyone, since its version for PlayStation 4 was criticized for its poor performance and low-quality build.
newly, Digital Foundry published its analysis of performance Resident Evil 4 on the various platforms on which it first appeared. According to experts, this version has an unstable frame rate of 30 to 50 FPS. Even the resolution mode on the PlayStation 4 Pro drops below 20fps.
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This situation, along with Digital Foundry’s analysis, has generated opinions in the community. in reddit We can see players raising their voices confirming that there are enemies that appear to have been animated with stop motion due to poor performance. There are also those who complain about poor quality textures.
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“On PlayStation 4, the frame rate drops a lot. Enemies look like they were shot with stopped animation. The textures on the screens of some of the buildings are so low quality that they’re very noticeable when playing the game. I noticed this is just the run of the three seasons,” Sadistic_Loser said. The first.
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On the other hand, there are those who say that the sniper rifle scope is useless on PlayStation 4 because when activated, the FPS drops. Thus, it becomes clear that not everyone is happy with the port.
And you, what do you think of the performance Resident Evil 4 On PlayStation 4? Tell us in the comments.
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