After yesterday's coverage on Switch, it is now time to see what the PS4 (Pro) version of Cars 3: Driven to Win is capable of. Unsurprisingly, the game looks a bit better on Sony's console, with crisper graphics and a smoother framerate which tries to reach 60 frames per second as often as possible. Sadly, there are still slowdowns here and there, which is hard to forgive when you consider the lack of details of the different environments and the poor texture filtering. Other than the visuals and animation, the game is exactly the same as on Nintendo's latest console, with solid content and a challenging difficulty in medium and hard modes.
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