Digital Foundry Face-offs
Performance and quality modes compared.
Bugs, glitches and stutters take the sheen away from a great game.
And how well does Series S handle ray tracing?
PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 Pro and Xbox One X under the microscope.
UPDATED: The PS5 tests results are in.
A Stark difference?
And is CrossPlay actually fair?
It's a big, big improvement over PS4 Pro.
A true test of Unreal Engine 4 scalability?
But which machines get closest to the target?
The upgrade isn't all it should be - and there's no boost for Series S.
But there's a big resolution divide between Xbox Series X and PS5.
60fps is transformative but visual effects are missing on the Sony console.
And how it improves over PS4 Pro.
PS5 and Series X put through their paces.
And it's very close...
Improve performance with very little impact to visual quality.
But what about performance? All next-gen consoles tested.
And how does PC improve over consoles?
Back compat plus.
The id Tech 7 engine is designed to scale into next-gen - but can it run on a handheld console?
Everything you need to know about PS5 and Xbox Series console upgrades
60fps and 120fps modes tested on PS5 and Xbox Series consoles.
The power of the cloud.
Performance and image quality tested.
4K60 and 120Hz gaming tested on all three next-gen consoles.
And which settings get the best from your rig?
And how well does the game run on 120Hz displays?
Plus: 4K quality modes and Series S 60fps tested.
While Series S sees hardware ray tracing effects for the first time.
Ray traced shadows and 120fps support add some next-gen spice.
And what's the score with Series S?
Cutbacks, compromises and optimisations - but they work.
It's good but not quite the home run we hoped for.
Which machine is faster? It's complicated.
Improved graphics, smoother performance, 120Hz multiplayer, VRS and much, much more.
UPDATE: The PC version and its ray tracing features are put to the test.
Even the enhanced consoles target 1080p - and the standard machines suffer.
A stunning game runs at 60fps on a handheld - but how?
PS4, Xbox One and the enhanced consoles under the microscope.
Classic titles shine brighter than ever on modern hardware.
A stunning game marred by a range of technical problems.
A Switch masterpiece scales up beautifully.
And prior releases get patched and upgraded.
An excellent port limited only by lack of scalability.
Codemasters' best Formula 1 game yet.
All three games tested in both docked and mobile modes.
And the results are very positive.
All titles tested in both docked and portable modes.