Kena: Bridge of Spirits runs better on PC than on PS5 or PS4, according to the technical analysis carried out by Digital Foundry. Of course, a lot depends on the hardware configuration you have.
As we got to write in the review of Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the title developed by Ember Lab boasts a Artistic direction really convincing, particularly during the cutscenes, which are fearless in comparison with the best CG animated films.
It is precisely the aesthetic aspects that take greater advantage of the PC version, but as mentioned a lot depends on the configuration: using at least one NVIDIA RTX 3070 (here is the review) and a trick to activate temporal upscaling, you get 4K convincing a 60 fps and generally superior effects compared to Sony consoles.
So how they behave PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4? The new platform offers two graphics modes: the one focused on quality turns to one resolution dynamics ranging from 1944p to 2160p and 30fps very solid, while the one focused on performance runs between 1188p and 1440p but the 60fps is not rocky.
The same values are used on PS4 Pro for the only available mode, which does not exceed 30 fps and must come to terms with regard to the quality of the effects, as was to be expected.