The Digital Foundry team was able to study the performance of the PS4 versions of Resident Evil HD Remaster, highlighting a framerate not always very stable on the Sony console.
Due for release next week on PC and gaming consoles, a small study performance through the Digital Foundry team was done for Resident Evil HD Remaster.
PlayStation 4 release has been analyzed, highlighting a calculation of the framerate on some phases of gameplay. It is clear that the game runs at 30 frames per second in whole, but framerate drops are seen from time to time, oscillating between 22 and 27 FPS.
Generally, these falls are due to camera angle changes. If playing comfort is not really disturbed, the situation is unfortunate because it still is a HD reissue of a GameCube game released in early 2000.
Recall that Resident Evil HD Remaster will be sold on January 20, 2015 in Europe, only in dematerialized format on PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360. Capcom has recently highlighted the requirements to play on PC.