Rainbow Six Extraction PS4 vs. PS5, Xbox One vs. Xbox Series Comparison
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction has finally been released on all major platforms. Here’s a comparison between the different versions.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction was originally supposed to launch in 2021, but it was delayed to January 2022. Now that the game is finally out, it is interesting to see how it scales to the last-generation consoles in addition to the current generation consoles.
In the technical analysis, we can see the frame rate, resolution, and performance of Rainbow Six Extraction on all the major platforms.
First up, the game runs at 30 FPS on the PS4 and Xbox One. This also applies to the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. It uses a dynamic resolution on these platforms with the PS4 running at dynamic 1080p, PS4 Pro at dynamic 1440p, Xbox One at dynamic 1080p, and Xbox One X at dynamic 1800p.
The only 60 FPS version of the game on consoles is for the PS5 and Xbox Series S and X. The game runs at 60 FPS on the current-generation consoles but with a dynamic resolution. On PS5 and Xbox Series X, it runs at dynamic 4K, while on Xbox Series S, it runs at dynamic 1440p.
Lastly, there is an FPS mode available on the PS5 and Xbox Series X. This doesn’t appear to run at 120 FPS based on its name but rather offers table 60 FPS but at 1080p resolution. The visuals are updated in this mode so that reflections, shadows, lighting, and more are improved. If you don’t mind the lower resolution, this can offer a stable 60 FPS performance. This could be intended for 120 FPS but as of right now, it doesn’t appear to support it.
There is no major difference between the PS5 and Xbox Series X version of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction. Microsoft’s console is able to retain a higher resolution compared to the PS5 but that’s it.