The Xbox Series X is currently the most powerful console on the market, at least in terms of teraflops of processing power. For this reason, you might think that hardware would work best in Battlefield 2042, but that goes for the rest of the following genes.
Take a look at the video of the game performance test below. The Battlefield 2042 edition for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PS5 has been put together. As you can see, the BF2042 works on PlayStation hardware and on the weakest next-gen with almost no complaints. The same cannot be said about the XSX release, where fps will drop from time to time.
As I said earlier, many may think that this situation should not be due to the performance of “X”. However, it should be borne in mind that compared devices differ in architecture and applied solutions. Consequently, the latest game from DICE studio, like any other game, has the right to work differently depending on the platform. However, it is highly likely that DICE will improve the performance of its products on the Xbox Series X in the upcoming update.
Interestingly, another test carried out before the official launch in production showed data slightly different from the above. There were also frame drops in the PS5 release back then. Most likely, the developers managed to fix this problem in the meantime.