Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint appears to offer a similar upgrade to For Honor but runs at a higher resolution on Xbox Series X.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint was updated to support next-generation consoles although it was a rather barebones update. There are no updated visuals and the game simply offers two gameplay modes: Performance and Resolution.
ElAnalistaDeBits has shared a comparison between the two different modes along with the different platforms from Xbox Series S to PS5.
According to the technical analysis, Ghost Recon Breakpoint doesn’t appear to render at native 4K when running in the resolution mode on the PS5. It tops out a 1440p while the Xbox Series X achieves native 4K. This is running at 30 FPS on both platforms, while the Xbox Series S also runs at 1440p mode just like the PS5.
In terms of the difference in Performance mode, the game runs at 60 FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X but again with a difference in resolution. On Xbox Series X, this mode runs at 1440p while on the PS5, it runs at 1080p. Xbox Series S doesn’t support a 60 FPS mode.
Overall, the platform that appears to have benefited the most in this comparison is the Xbox Series X. PS5 doesn’t benefit much and the performance here appears to be identical to running the game in backward compatibility mode without any jump in the resolution.
There was no 60 FPS mode for the game on PS4 Pro or Xbox One X. The game ran at a dynamic resolution on these consoles with an upper limit of 1800p on PS4 Pro and 2160p on Xbox One X.
Since this is an old game, it is hard to say whether Ubisoft will offer a proper next-generation upgrade for the new consoles. Aside from that, the game does manage to hold up better in performance at 60 FPS on the PS5 than the Xbox Series X.