The cyberpunk-style feline adventure game from developers BlueTwelve Studio and publisher Annapurna Interactive, Stray, puts players in the shoes of a cat named Ha, who finds himself in a dystopian world filled with Robots, Viruses, and high-tech settings with the aim to return to his family. The game has finally been released on the PlayStation and PC platforms. And in the wake of that, we have PS4 owners who want to know—how is Stray’s performance on the PS4?
In this guide, we will talk about Stray’s performance on the base PS4 while sharing a video that gives you a good look at FPS and other metrics when the game runs on the base model PS4.
How is Stray Performance on the PS4?
Stray’s performance on the PS4 base model is quite promising. The game runs as 1080p resolution at 30 FPS without any dip. Even at locations with demanding assets on the screen, we can see Stray manage to maintain the 30 FPS mark on the PS4.
However, the same cannot be said for the cutscenes that play in Stray. In terms of quality, Stray, of course, manages to provide a cinematic experience to the players. But, during cutscenes, we can see a major drop in FPS.
If that doesn’t matter to you much! We can assure you that Stray is a game you can enjoy at a constant 30 FPS on the PS4. The best part is that you don’t even have to pay for the game, granted you are a PS Plus Extra or Premium Subscriber.
Stray is available for free for PS Plus Extra or Premium subscribers. If you didn’t know about that, you can check out our guide – Will Stray Be on PS Plus Extra? – Answered.
Stray is an adventure game set to release on July 19th of this year on the PC and PlayStation platforms.