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Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 vs PS4 Pro Frame Rate Test, Frame Pacing and More

By   /   Nov 29, 2016

Final Fantasy XV has launched for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 with incredible reviews from critics and gamers are also seem happy with the game. Now Digital Foundry has done a frame rate test for the game where they compare the game’s frame rate of PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro.

Digital Foundry took a detailed look at the frame rate of Final Fantasy XV on PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro. Starting with PS4 Pro, there are two modes for the game on the upgraded console, High-Quality mode and Lightweight mode.

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According to the firm, the game has terrible frame pacing issues. This issue not only exists for PlayStation 4 version but also for the PS4 Pro version too. What is interesting is that the frame pacing issue is there whether the game is running on PS4 Pro high mode or light mode.

However, this issue does not always persist on the PlayStation 4 version as sometimes the area that presented the issue is revisited the issue does not come up at all.

If you are planning to play this game on PS4 Pro then you might want to play the game on the Light mode since the frame pacing issue comes up very less often.

Interestingly the game is locked at 30 frames per second on PlayStation 4 Pro even though Square Enix announced that the game would play between 40- 60 FPS on the upgraded console.

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We really hope that Square Enix will launch a patch for the game to resolve this issue and will also bring unlocked frame rate for the PlayStation 4 Pro version of the game.

Final Fantasy XV is an open-world action adventure game developed by Square Enix and is scheduled to launch on November 29 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.