El AnalistadeBits published now the inevitable comparison video among different versions Mortal Kombat 1 available for purchase, in order to highlight the main differences in the technical terms of the game on PS5, Xbox Series
The content creator immediately shared the following information:
Xbox Series S: Dynamic 1440p/60fps (normal 1152~1080p)
Steam decks: FSR2 800p quality | Low settings
Nintendo Switch: Dynamic 900p/~60fps (Normal 720-640p) | Portable dynamic 720p (regular 480p)
PS5: Dynamic Resolution 2160p/60fps (Normal Resolution 1800~1728p)
ElAnalistadeBits stated that the only graphics mode on consoles in Mortal Kombat 1 is 60 frames per second with dynamic resolution and FSR. Xbox Series S introduces some minor cuts to some settings, such as terrain geometry, post-processing effects, NPC densities, textures or shadows, compared to what is offered on PS5 and Xbox Series.
Instead, the Nintendo Switch version of Mortal Kombat 1 has cuts in every visual aspect, with NetherRealm Studios having to reduce the quality of textures, geometry, lighting, animation, post-processing effects and more in order for the game to run at 60 frames per second. .
The video comparison shows that the frame rate is capped at 60fps on all platforms, with the game’s cutscenes, menus, and special moves instead having a framerate capped at 30fps. However, despite the data we just talked about, the game on Switch aims to hit 60fps during actual combat, but it’s a bit more unstable overall.
Mortal Kombat 1 on the Steam Deck can’t reach 60fps even on the lowest settings, so ElAnalistadeBits advises locking the refresh rate to 40Hz on low or 30Hz on medium.
The comparison video ends with the statement that the gameplay is good on all platforms, but obviously the best gaming experience is the one offered by PS5, Xbox Series.
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