Fortnite can now run at 120 frames per second on next-gen consoles

By | December 15, 2020
Fortnite can now run at 120 frames per second on next-gen consoles

Fortnite can now run at 120 frames per second on next-gen consoles

Fortnite will now be capable of run at 120 frames per second on the PS5 and Xbox Collection X / S. The sport already acquired next-gen options like 4K at 60fps and dynamic visuals when the brand new consoles launched, however now Epic is updating the free battle royale recreation to take much more benefit of the {hardware}.

“120FPS Mode” might be enabled in Fortnite’s video settings, however like different efficiency modes in console video games, it does include some caveats. Turning on 120fps will cap the decision of the PS5 and Xbox Collection X at 1440p moderately than the standard 4K, whereas additionally lowering some graphical settings like shadows, post-processing, and streaming distances.

On the marginally much less highly effective Collection S, enabling 120fps caps decision at 1080p and reduces graphical settings like shadows. In contrast to the Collection X and PS5, operating at 120fps additionally requires disabling volumetric clouds utterly. Epic does be aware that when 120fps is turned off, the Collection S will now default to a 1200p decision moderately than 1080p for all recreation modes. Not that I might ever inform the distinction between the 2.

Epic most just lately spruced up Fortnite’s efficiency with an replace targeted on getting the sport operating higher on older PCs, however “120 FPS Mode” is extra of a nice-to-have than something essential to proceed having fun with the sport. Epic additionally says that 120fps is just obtainable on 120Hz shows, so that you won’t be capable of get pleasure from it with out a new TV or monitor. For individuals who can allow it, 120 FPS Mode is offered in Fortnite now.

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