Hi-Fi Rush PC vs Xbox Series Comparison: Resolution & Frame Rate
Tango Gameworks and Bethesda Softworks’ Hi-Fi Rush is now available on the Xbox Series X|S, and PC, and if you’re on the fence about which version to pick up, read ahead.
The game features no graphics modes on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, instead opting to deliver the best possible experience on both consoles via a single quality setting. As for the PC version of Hi-Fi Rush, the highest available graphics settings are equivalent to those found on the Xbox Series X. However, the Xbox Series S version makes some cutbacks to shadow quality and foliage density. The game boasts a stylized cel shaded art style, with simple character models and environmental detail. Similarly, textures don’t offer the kind of detail seen in non-cel shaded titles.
In terms of resolution, the Xbox Series X version runs at a native 4K, while the Xbox Series S version operates at a native 1440p. Meanwhile, with regards to performance, both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S versions run at a consistent frame rate of 60fps.
In terms of specifics regarding the PC version, there are no signs of shader cache stutters in this Unreal Engine 4 title. Additionally, in order to get consistent performance, image reconstruction options including TSR, XeSS, DLSS, and FSR1 are available in this version of the game. Unfortunately, however, no version of the game does not feature a slider for Field of View adjustment. The game can run at frame rates above 60fpc on PC.
All in all, it’s hard to go wrong with either version of Hi-Fi Rush. The Xbox Series X version delivers the best console experience, while the PC version can offer higher frame rates on modern systems.
Hi-Fi Rush is a rhythm-based action game developed by Tango Gameworks and published by Bethesda Softworks for the Windows and Xbox Series X/S platforms. Both the announcement and global release took place on January 25, 2023. It is available on Xbox Game Pass for console, PC, and cloud.