Far Cry 5 is the talk of the town, with its recent release, there have been tons of news regarding the game that has been popping up. The game is a class itself, that is for sure, but what’s interesting is the Far Cry 5’s Native 4K resolution. Based on some tests the game runs at the resolution of Native 4k on Xbox One X.
According to Digital Foundry’s tests, Far Cry 5 runs at a resolution of Native 4K on Xbox One X, without any compromises on the quality of the graphics, neither on the frame rates as well.
John Linneman of Digital Foundry said on ResetEra that, on actually counting the pixels it comes up at 2160p every time. The only thing that is not confirmed is its dynamic resolution.
According to John Linneman, the dynamic resolution is probably not there but just for the confirmation, they are conducting additional checks.
Now comparing the Native 4K on Xbox One X there is s huge bump with PlayStation 4 Pro’s checkerboard 4K resolution. While the Sony’s console runs the game at a bae resolution of 1620p but, when it is upscaled on a 4K monitor it leads to some blurriness.
That being said, one thing is for sure, for those who want to have every ounce of visual quality of the game, the Xbox One X has the upper hand considering the Native 4K and in comparison to PlayStation 4 Pro, the Xbox One X version is the superior one.
The difference is pretty small, but between PlayStation 4 Pro and Microsoft’s console, Far Cry 5 is more likely to push the Xbox One X’s hardware to its limit.
Far Cry 5 is available on PS4, Xbox One, PS4, and PC.