The PS5 version will feature faster load times, boosted resolution, improved texturing and armour destruction, ray tracing and the ability to choose a better rate rate or enhanced graphics. It's unclear whether the Xbox Series X version of the game will be part of Microsoft's Smart Delivery program, or if players will have to go another route.
Federation Internationale de Football Association 21 will be released this autumn on current generation and next generation consoles, making its debut on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X as well as launching updated editions on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Switch. But if you want to assure your gameplay runs smooth and rock-steady, "Marvel's Avengers will offer a high framerate mode on PS5, which targets 60 FPS with dynamic 4K resolution".
These upgrades sound nice, but the bigger story here is that more and more high-profile PS4 games are getting free upgrades for the next generation.
Furthermore, Square Enix revealed that Marvel's Avengers will include cross-play between console generation. "Without any optimization work, the loading and streaming of Marvel's Avengers improved by an order of magnitude on the PS5".
Marvel's Avengers PS4 Players To Get Free Upgrade For PS5
EA suggests you should expect more life-like player movements, rich weather detail and the "most authentic character behaviors ever seen in sports video games". The action-adventure game will also support cross-gen play, so you can continue playing with friends whether they upgrade or not.
In a Square Enix blog post, the company stated that it would have more details to share about Xbox Series X, Stadia, and PC specific features at a later date.
Marvel's Avengers is becoming formulated by Crystal Dynamics and is at present set to release on September four, 2020 for PS4, Xbox One particular and Computer.
Now back to what was stated earlier, those looking to play the game on next-gen consoles would be able to upgrade from current-gen consoles courtesy of EA's 'Dual Entitlement'.
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