As we edge closer to the launch of the PS5 in a few weeks, more and more content is surfacing show off the console’s speedy loading times. The latest is from the upcoming Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition which is a new version of the game re-released for next-gen consoles. In a new video comparison, the PS5 is compared to a PS4, PC and Xbox One X. Sony’s SSD inside the console is definitely fast and this is clear by its 2-second loading time for the game.
Keep in mind that while this comparison was performed on PC too, we don’t know what the specs of the machine were. However, the build did load up in 11 seconds which is still a lot slower than the PS5 and its 2-second load time. The PS4 took 22 seconds and the Xbox One X took 17 seconds.
- PS5 loading time – 2 seconds
- PC loading time – 11 seconds
- Xbox One X loading time – 17 seconds
- PS4 loading time – 22 seconds
This is extremely impressive and will no doubt make users excited for the console’s release ahead. 2 seconds compared to 22 seconds is a big difference and we won’t even have time to pick up our phone to catch up on Twitter anymore. With both the PS5 and Xbox Series X launching soon, it will be interesting to see just how developers minimize the time it takes to load up a game and mission. Are we saying goodbye to long load times forever? It seems so.
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition is a PS5 and Xbox Series X launch game.