As is the case with every generation transition, there have been some murmurs that the PlayStation 5’s first batch of games don’t look that much better than their PlayStation 4 predecessors. This early Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart comparison – comparing to the dynamic duo’s previous adventure – begs to differ, as it shows some serious improvements compared to the current-gen game.

Not only are the character models vastly superior, but the environments are much denser and more detailed. Special mention must be reserved for Clank’s metallic exterior, as ray tracing technology means that his surface is much more reflective and realistic. Remember, this title’s running in native 4K, and it gives the series’ 2016 CG movie a run for its money.