Outriders PlayStation vs Xbox vs PC Performance Review



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We take a closer look at Outriders to see how the game’s framerate, optimizations, and overall performance fairs on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, PC, and the previous generation of consoles like PS4, PS4 Pro, and Xbox One X.

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42 thoughts on “Outriders PlayStation vs Xbox vs PC Performance Review”

  1. Look at 5:34 .The anisotropic filtering is better on PS5 but it looks like there is some weird sharpening going on like on the PS4 version. Is it a sharpening filter here as well or just the lower resolution that makes it look like it does.

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  2. Amazing Graphics. Sublime fighting format. Shitty servers.

    If the servers were better (I wasn't getting kicked every 30 mins), and we were getting periodic updates, then this would be an amazing game.

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  3. I'm glad the game is optimized well, but the movement/combat controls are SO floaty and often unresponsive that I just cannot get invested. Maybe I'm spoiled by much more polished games like Gears 5 and the Borderlands series, but Outriders seems to have some very wonky control issues that are not engine-related.

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  4. 3:30 obviously the game suffers from poor DX12 optimization on PC. Saying that the split memory architecture on PC is responsible for (or at least part of the issue) is disingenuous don't you think, Michael?

    You're either intentionally spreading misinformation or, you don't know what you're talking about.

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  5. Completely ignoring static cloth and hair on PS5 version and falsely claiming that it has higher settings….. pony keeps trying to make sony version sound better as usual

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  6. I tried it cause of its price on gamepass (free). I would definitely have regretted spending $60 on it. It’s not exactly like gears. You need to run around and use your abilities or else you’ll get decimated. Play more like you’re playing Control

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  7. The game is great, but you can definitely tell, “if you’ve been playing”, the game needs a bit of polishing. Facial animations, clothes physics and certain scenes, environments are no polished. The gameplay is very fun. Looking forward to the endgame.

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  8. TL;DR This video is worthless. He runs his tests at level 3, at the beginning of the game, with next to no enemies, and not even all of his abilities unlocked. How are you supposed to get an idea of how this games frame rate holds up when you are essentially playing the t-ball version of Outriders. Get to the end game with your screen filled with enemies and all three characters spamming out abilities. Oh, and you know they discontinued the PS4 Pro right? Yeah, lets get a nice long side by side for a discontinued console. Just lazy work. He even admits that he was locked out for an entire day. Maybe don't rush the video? You might actually make some decent content. And for the love of god, let someone else play the game. You focus on the tech. Please.

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  9. Question about this 4K tv..(Samsung Q70 )
    The Q70 is a true 120Hz panel but can only do it at 1080p. … Except for the 49" model which only has a 60hz panel so it can only do [email protected] My question is, can you play Series X games in 4K and 120 Hz both on any TV or do you have to play in 1080 or 1440 to get 120 fps?

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