“DiRT Rally 2.0” has been on the market since February. But how does the racing game affect the different consoles? To spoil a bit: The Xbox One X is ahead again.
Codemasters has released “DiRT Rally 2.0” for consoles and PC last month. Depending on which system you tackle the racing game, the graphic qualities differ.
This aspect of “DiRT Rally 2.0” has been adopted by the experts of Digital Foundry. It emerged that in the case of the new racing game Codemasters aimed primarily at achieving the desired refresh rate of 60 FPS. According to the Digital Foundry, this self-imposed specification was implemented on all platforms.
Xbox One X is ahead
In contrast, there are clear differences in terms of the resolution achieved at the same time. As usual, the Xbox One X has the nose in front of the resolution. “DiRT Rally 2.0” brings it on the newest console of the Redmond mostly on a 4K resolution. Every now and then, the resolution on the Xbox One X can drop to as much as 1,800p.
These are values that are far from the PlayStation 4 Pro. “DiRT Rally 2.0” runs on the upgrade console from Sony with a 1080p resolution, which is scaled to 4K, if you drive the appropriate hardware. The PlayStation 4 standard model offers dynamic 1080p resolution.
Worse run the Xbox One or Xbox One S versions. On both consoles, dynamic 1080p resolution can drop to 810p. All further findings on the technical implementation of “DiRT Rally 2.0” will be provided by the following video.