Developer: The gap in CPU power between the PS5 and Xbox Series X is insignificant

While the PS5 and Xbox Series X have been on the market for six months, many people are still confused about the hardware differences and how they affect game production. Producer ukasz Bróg of the “Monster Truck Championship” recently claimed that the gap in SSDs between the two hosts is insignificant, as is the difference in CPU power.

The Xbox Series X’s Zen 2 CPU core runs at 3.8 GHz, while the PS5’s Zen 2 runs at 3.5 GHz. Bróg explained the distinction between the two by saying: “These two are extremely capable processors. The disparity is insignificant, and it has no bearing on the development of next-generation games. Their success is far superior to that of today’s performers. Game development’s computational needs.”

In terms of GPU performance, the PS5 has a GPU performance of 10.28 TFLOPS, whereas the Xbox Series X has a GPU performance of 12 TFLOPS. Bróg replied, “Game developers face a challenge because of the differences between consoles. Developers would pay for their work. Extra effort was put into optimizing and adjusting the game for various platforms. But we’ve been used to it for a long time. We had to get used to PS4 and PS4 Pro, as well as Xbox One X and Xbox One S, previously.”

“At this time, the latest wave of hosts’ success would not trigger significant issues.”

Last year, “Monster Truck Championship” was released on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and NS platforms, and Xbox Series X/S and PS5 models were recently released.