No Man’s Sky PS4: How Well the Console Handles 30 FPS At 1080p?
No Man’s Sky has been causing a lot of buzz all over the internet and No Man’s Sky PS4 version has been tested to see if the console can keep up with the game and have it running smooth at a consistent 30 FPS at 1080p. What we find here is very interesting. The game runs smooth most of the time but there are FPS drops now and then. Why does this happen? Let’s find out.
No Man’s Sky is a big game. No, it is a huge game and I doubt there is another game out there right now that has the same diversity as this one. Half the time in the game you spend in your ship exploring different planets and then you go to each individual planet and explore them on foot. The game has no loading screens and that is one of main the great features of the game. No loading screens provide an immersive, realistic experience. Nothing breaks immersion like loading screens so No Man’s Sky has none.
The No Man’s Sky PS4 version runs fine most of the time capped at 30 FPS but due to the lack of loading screens the FPS do take a toll when you enter into new planets and the terrain is revealed for the first time. I am sure if there was a loading screen here then this would not happen but the game does adopt a no loading screen approach and this is one of the key features of the game so I cannot complain about that.
This is the No Man’s Sky PS4 version we are talking about here so you can expect better FPS and resolution on PC. This No Man’s Sky PS4 FPS test will give you an idea of how well this game performs. Do not be dishearted, though, FPS drops are only for a few seconds and they happen rarely so it is not like the game is rendered unplayable. You can still have a great time playing this game.
No Man’s Sky PS4 version could get an update later on which could improve the performance of the game and fix this FPS drop issue. Even if that does not happen No Man’s Sky PS4 version is pretty good and you will have a ton of fun exploring the galaxy. May the force be with you.