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Stray PS5 vs Xbox Series vs PC Comparison: Which Platform Is Best

Stray is now available on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, and if you’re wondering how it compares to the existing PS5 and PC versions, read ahead.

The game only offers a single display mode on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S, with equivalent graphical settings across all three consoles. However, the Xbox Series S does exhibit some visual clipping with post-processing effects and anisotropic filtering. On PC, it is possible to run Stray at max settings and get a better graphical experience over the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions, with better lighting, shadows, post-processing effects and textures.

In terms of resolution, both the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions run at a resolution of native 4K (2160p). Meanwhile, the Xbox Series S runs the game at a native resolution of 1080p.

With regards to performance, the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S versions target a frame rate of 60 fps and adhere to it for the most part. All versions of the game have some slight stuttering issues, and they are more common on the Xbox Series X and PC compared to PS5. In terms of load times, the PC version comes out on top followed by PS5 and then Xbox Series consoles.

On the whole, Stray is well optimized across all platforms, with PS5 delivering a slightly better overall console experience. However, the differences are minor.

For the uninitiated, Stray is a third-person adventure game featuring open world elements, with an emphasis on atmosphere, adventure, and art. Players assume control of a stray cat, which falls into a robot-populated world and sets out to find its family. The game is played in the third person perspective, and it incorporates open world elements to deliver a densely packed city to explore. The player takes control of a stray cat who falls into a world populated by robots and sets out to find his family.

Muhammad Ali Bari

Muhammad Ali Bari has a knack for covering reviews. He manages our content pipeline, creates timelines for scheduled editorial tasks, and helps us cover exciting content. In his spare time, he enjoys playing multiplayer games.

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