Digital Foundry compared Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on PS5 and PC


Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on PS5 performs better than the RTX 2080 and slightly slower than the RTX 2080 Super, according to Digital Foundry in a new video analysis with the PC version posted yesterday.

To compare performance to the PC version (without DLSS and FSR), the footage uses gameplay sequences where the PS5 version drops below 60fps. The results are overwhelmingly positive for Sony’s flagship console, beating most of Nvidia’s RTX 2000-series GPUs. In particular, Digital Foundry believes that the performance of Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on PS5 is somewhere between the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Super. Below are average performance scores for various AMD and Nvidia GPUs compared to PS5:

  • RTX 2060 Super: 71%
  • RX 5700: 75.4%.
  • RX 5700XT: 83.5%
  • RTX 2070 Super: 88.5%
  • RTX 2080: 96.6%

The PS5 version of Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is also better in load times: Digital Foundry claims it averages 4.38 seconds on Sony’s flagship console, compared to 10.12 seconds on a PC with an i9 10900k and a 3.5GB NVME SSD /from.

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