An analysis of Hitman 3 reveals that it runs at 4K on Xbox Series X and 1800p on PS5.
In the video below, Digital Foundry takes an in-depth look at Hitman 3, which only just launched yesterday across both current and next-gen consoles. In the video, it's revealed that while Xbox Series X is capable of running Hitman 3 at a native 4K resolution, the PS5 version drops the resolution down slightly to 1800p, while the Xbox Series S supports a 1080p resolution.
However, that is the only significant difference between the consoles. For instance, in frame rate department, it's actually neck and neck between all three next-gen consoles. PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S all support Hitman 3 running at 60FPS, which "barely wavers" from start to finish, according to the report from Digital Foundry. The only slight exception to this is the mission-based in Mendoza, Argentina, where Xbox consoles would run between 50 and 60FPS on the outskirts of the mission area.
Across PS4 and Xbox One, it's a stable 30FPS for Hitman 3, with one exception. The PS4 Pro can support IO Interactive's new game at 60FPS with a 1080p resolution.
If you're wondering what we made of IO Interactive's conclusion to the World of Assassination Trilogy, you can head over to our full Hitman 3 review, which we've deemed to be a "slick and entertaining conclusion to the trilogy."
There's plenty to delve into in IO's new game, and we've got a complete array of guides to help you through each and every mission. For starters, you can head over to our Hitman 3 tips guide for a basic overview of the game, or there's our guide to all Hitman 3 Mission Stories and assassinations, which walks you through completing every story-driven mission in the game.
If you've powered through IO's third game in the series already, you should head over to our Hitman 3 secret ending guide, which helps you unlock a pretty integral part of the sequel.