One Piece Odyssey Graphics Comparison- PS5 vs Xbox Series X

 One Piece Odyssey Graphics Comparison- PS5 vs Xbox Series X

Bandai Namco’s One Piece Odyssey is set to release on the 13th of January. It will be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series One and Xbox Series X/S. Its demo was available from January 10th onwards.

The comparison was done in the demo of the game but it will show the performance of the fully released game.

One Piece Odyssey Graphics Comparison- PS5 vs Xbox Series X

1.          Loading time: PS5 is a slightly faster loading time than Xbox Series X. The difference is not very much but there is a slight difference.

2.          Resolution: Both the console, on the quality setting can run the game on 2160p/30FPS and the performance setting can run the game on 1080p/60FPS.

3.          Shadow quality: In this test, PS5 was a lot better than the Xbox series X. The quality of shadow was much better in PS5. Shadow from the objects like trees and clouds was better and clearer in PS5.

If it is difficult for you to make a choice on which new-gen console (PS5 and Xbox Series X) the game performs better then you can read ahead to make your decision. 

4.          FPS: Both the console can run the game pretty smoothly. Whether on Quality mode or Performance, both the console never dropped more than 1FPS.

5.          Texture quality: In my opinion, PS5’s texture quality was a little better as I was able to see the texture on the Usopp belt clearer on PS5 rather than Xbox series X.

6.          Draw Distance: In this test, the draw distance of the Xbox series X was slightly reduced than PS5.

7.          Vegetation quality: In my opinion vegetation in both the console was similar.

 PS5 and Xbox Series X  both ran the One Piece Odyssey very smoothly but shadow quality was a little better on PS5. So, if you prefer better shadow quality, you can choose PS5 otherwise there was not much difference between the consoles.

 To compare it yourself here is the link to a YouTube channel that also compared the game on both consoles:

Shubham Chaurasia

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