Star Ocean 5 PS3 vs PS4 Difference Explained, 60 FPS Confirmed On PS4
Square Enix has shared the latest details on Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness during a recent live stream, where they showcased the differences between the PS4 and PS3 versions. According to Square Enix, the biggest difference will be in terms of the resolution and frame rate. You can read the full outline below.
Game Contents – The same across both platforms.
Cross-Save – Not supported.
Feature Differences – Share features and PS Vita Remote Play supported on PlayStation 4. Not supported on PlayStation 3.
Frame Rate – 60fps (some parts vary) on PlayStation 4. 30 fps (some parts vary) on PlayStation 3.
Resolution – 1080p on PlayStation 4. 720p on PlayStation 3.
Graphics – PS4: finer physics processing, characters, backgrounds, effects, and such, and objects and monsters at a distance are displayed on-screen. PS3: some expressions are reduced and simplified, and objects and monsters at a distance are not displayed on-screen.
It's pretty obvious that the PS4 version will be the better version because the PS4 has more raw power than the PS3. Also, Star Ocean 5 will be released only on PS4 in the US so we really don't have a choice on which platform to play the game, unless if you're going to import the PS3 version of Star Ocean 5 in Japan. Even if it releases in the PS3 in US, I'll still choose the PS4 version simply because I want to have the best version of the game.
Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness is due out for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan on March 31, and for PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe in 2016. You can watch the final trailer of the game below.
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3/1/2016 10:23:39 PM Drew Constantino