Layers of Fear, the latest installment in the Bloober Team series, appears to perform slightly better on PlayStation 5 compared to Xbox Series X|S, as indicated by a new comparison video available online.
The video, created by ElAnalistaDeBits, confirms the resolution and frame rate across all console versions of the game. In Quality Mode, the game runs at a reconstructed 1800p, 30 FPS, with a dynamic 2160p resolution on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. In Performance Mode, both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X achieve a 2160p, 60 FPS performance, while Xbox Series S runs at a reconstructed 1080p, 60 FPS with a dynamic 1440p resolution.
In order to achieve the 60 frames per second target in Performance Mode, Layers of Fear sacrifices ray tracing and reduces lighting quality, resulting in a slightly lower average resolution compared to Quality Mode. Overall, the game runs fairly well on all systems, with some minor stuttering issues in Quality Mode. However, the PlayStation 5 version offers the highest average resolution in both display modes, making a noticeable difference in the immersive horror experience of Bloober Team’s game.
However, for the ultimate experience of Layers of Fear, PC is the way to go, especially if you have hardware capable of ray tracing. The game truly shines at high resolution with all settings maxed out. The new installment not only boasts impressive visuals and performance but also serves as a solid remake that surpasses the original in every possible way, as highlighted in my review.
Layers of Fear is now available on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.
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