Video provided by ElAnalistaDeBits to compare the demo of Resident Evil Village running on PS4, PS4 Pro and PS5.
According to the video, the demo runs at 4K / 60fps on the PS5 without ray tracing, and 4K / 60fps with low frame rate in some locations with ray tracing turned on. We can clearly see the difference the feature brings in the histogram, making the lighting more visible in some parts of the scene. 4K resolution is not native and in either case a chessboard solution is used.
On the PS4 Pro, the game runs on a 4K scoreboard (with lower dynamic resolution than the PS5) and ranges from 40-50 fps. There is also an option to play in 1080p and 60fps. On the PS4, the game runs at 900p at 50 frames per second.
Load times change dramatically from generation to generation. The PS5 can load the demo in just 1.86 seconds, while the PS4 Pro takes 33.86 seconds and the PS4 takes 46.26 seconds. Another demonstration of the blistering speed of the PS5 SSD.
To see how the game behaves on the Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC, we’ll have to wait until May 1st, when a demo will be available on these platforms.
Resident Evil Village will arrive on May 7 for PC (Steam), PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.