Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 loading times compared: Final Fantasy XV, Destiny 2, and more
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When talking about games, backward compatibility can be often a real pain in the back, but the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 promise to turn this problem into one of their strongest selling points. Today, we will take a look at the loading times achieved in a few titles that are notorious for their painfully slow loading times on the consoles they were launched for.
Without further ado, these are the titles, patch versions, and loading times (launch to menu and menu to save, in seconds) for the PlayStation 5 vs. Xbox Series X consoles that were reported by GameSpot after their testing:
- Batman: Arkham Knight, 1.14, 41:39 and 17:30 vs. 40:35 and 11:68
- Destiny 2, 1.59, 50:14 and 46:58 vs. 34:26 and 37:27
- Final Fantasy XV, 1.30, 39:06 and 25:09 vs. 33:12 and 10:11
- Monster Hunter World, 15.02, 31:39 and 13:08 vs. 23:17 and 6:21
- Red Dead Redemption 2, 1.07, 30:16 and 34:35 vs. 26:24 and 36:26
For now, we should take into account the fact that most publishers will come up with new patches to further improve the load times and performance of existing games. However, it is also clear that the Xbox Series X is at least slightly faster — and sometimes more than twice as fast — than the PlayStation 5 when it comes to the titles mentioned earlier.
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