It's not surprising that there have been some wild claims made during the run-up to this year's next-generation console launches; it's not every year that Microsoft and Sony release their flagship gaming devices, so passions get feverish on both sides. Obviously that game's release date has not been confirmed, but would be expected to arrive in the usual late-September launch window that Federation Internationale de Football Association games have traditionally targeted.
According to a PS Blog post from Hello Games Founder Sean Murray, next-gen players will explore "richer and more densely populated universes". This means that regardless of what console users are on, they will be able to squad up with their friends to play together.
In fact, it appears to be Ubisoft that not only provided the details for the better ray-tracing performance claim for the Xbox Series S, but the games company also offered the data behind the frame-rate statement.
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Improved visuals - PS5 and Xbox Series will see "improved shadows, greater draw distances, thousands more objects on screen and improved lighting and volumetric effects". Rendering more complex bases severs as another possibility. The studio announced the No Man's Sky next-gen features, and yes, it'll be a free upgrade for current-gen owners of the game.
Haptic controls (PS5 only) - "From the satisfying feeling of firing your boltcaster, to the gentle nudge of a building part slotting into place in a space habitat or the firm click of the trigger in your interstellar ship - haptic controls allow players to feel immersed in an alien world as never before". It involves similar swathes of graphical improvements and the addition of 32-player multiplayer. Finally, backward compatibility ensures that fans can explore No Man's Sky on PS5 in PlayStation VR.