Battlefield 5 is one of the games that will benefit from the higher performance of the Xbox Series X. It will run at native 4K/60 FPS on the Xbox Series X.
While Battlefield 5 won’t get a special update for the Xbox Series X or PS5, it already runs at a dynamic resolution on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. As a result, the improved hardware performance for the Xbox Series X and PS5 will make it possible for the game to run at its peak resolution that was specified for the game on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
In a new video shared by JackFrags on YouTube, he confirmed that the game runs at native 4K and 60 FPS on the Xbox Series X. This is despite a patch that will make it enhanced for the Xbox Series X.
This brings us to the PS5 version, which will run through backward compatibility. According to the analysis done by Digital Foundry, the game runs at a dynamic resolution on the PS4 Pro and Xbox Series X. It achieves a peak of 4K on the Xbox One X and 1800p on the PS4 Pro. Based on this analysis, we can put the upper limit of the resolution for PS5 at 1800p.
This is keeping in mind that there is no update released by EA Dice that adds additional support for the new consoles. These will be playable by default through backward compatibility and hence achieve their maximum peak resolution and performance on the next-generation consoles.