The most powerful (on paper) gaming console of the current generation, as it turns out, is in a sense not powerful enough for Skyrim.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition has just gone on sale, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition has all the technical improvements found in the Anniversary Edition. At the same time, the project became available for current consoles Sony and Microsoft in native mode.
The source’s specialists have already tested the game, and it turned out that the Xbox Series X for some reason runs the project in dynamic resolution, and not in constant 4K UHD. More specifically, the resolution ranges from 2688 x 2160 to 3840 x 2160 pixels. At the same time, the PlayStation 5 delivers constant 4K UHD without any problems. As far as the Xbox Series S is concerned, it also uses dynamic resolution, ranging from 1792 x 1440 pixels to 2560 x 1440 pixels.
At the same time, all consoles give out 60 fps, although Series S sometimes allows itself a drawdown of 1-2 fps. In the notorious scene with a fire-breathing dragon on all consoles, a drop of up to 36-44 fps takes place, and the PS5 has the strongest for some reason.