The Playstation 5 is just a little over a year old. So obviously we’re not even close to the point where we begin seeing exclusives; that take full advantage of that hardware. But while we wait for that developers taking the opportunity to go back to older games from the PS4 generation; and bring them to the more powerful new console.
Whether it’s free upgrades or paid remasters and re-releases there’s been a few games that have done that quite well; and here we’re going to talk about some of them.
Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost Of Tsushima is the sort of game that will likely be a visual spectacle no matter how old it gets. Because though it’s no slash in the technical department its gorgeous art style is what really makes it shine. Even so that technical department did get a significant touch up with Ghost Of Tsushima director’s cut on the PS5.
Experiencing its stealth and combat in 60 frames per second while also getting to enjoy the natural beauty of Tsushima and iki island in 4k is one of the most breathtaking experiences we’ve had on the Playstation 5 yet.
The Last of Us Part II
The Last Of Us Part II hasn’t seen a dedicated native release on the Playstation 5 yet. Maybe it will in the future you know it’s hard to say right now. But it does see some noticeable boosts when moving across playstation generations.
On the PS5, The Last Of Us Part II does still not only maintain a 1440p resolution but also delivers a rock solid 60 frames per second that barely ever dips. And of course even though it’s released on the dated hardware of the Playstation 4 it’s still one of the best looking games ever made.
God Of War
Another first party Playstation Exclusive that got a 60 frames per second boost on the Playstation 5 is God Of War. It might not be the most headline grabbing upgrade you’ll ever see but it does exactly what it needs to with its improved performance. It makes what was an already excellent game feel even better to play and control.
Like other games God Of War’s upcoming sequel is obviously going to get a much bigger boost on the Playstation 5 than its predecessor did and we can’t wait to see what that looks like.
As you can see, great improvements were made in the graphics of the games with the PS5 in 2021. If you want to learn more about the graphics of the games that we did not write here, you can watch the video below.