Recently questioned by our colleagues from GamingBolt, Milestone said the two machines are now almost identical in performance. “Honestly, the gap is so small that it is not strictly speaking ‘difference’, has explained Alex Zucca, the director of the upcoming Monster Energy Supercross 4. As often, it’s not just a matter of raw power; it all depends on your ability to use it in an intelligent and optimized way. Only time will allow us to better understand the advantages that can be obtained from the two processors.“
We take the opportunity to recall that Monster Energy Supercross 4 will be released in two short days (March 11) on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS4, PS5, PC and Stadia.