Ninja Theory has released a patch to optimize the Xbox X / S series for , three years after the action-adventure game arrived on the Xbox One. With improved visuals, you can take advantage of DirectX air tracking at your next review. A computer update is also in the works, but there are no current plans to patch the PlayStation 5 performance.
Performance mode supports dynamic resolution up to 1080p with a maximum frame rate of 120 on the Xbox Series X and full HD at 60 frames per second on the Xbox Series S. The resolution mode offers up to 4K dynamic images on the X Series at 60 fps, and up to 1440p at 30 fps on the S Series. The enriched mode allows air monitoring on both consoles at 30 fps, with dynamic resolution up to 4K on the X Series and full HD on the S Series. Ninja Theory it has updated details, materials and particles, and now there is also the option to select chapters.
The patch arrives in front , which will be exclusive to Xbox and PC. The original game debuted on the PC and PlayStation 4 in 2017 before arriving on the Xbox One the following March. Microsoft in the portfolio of Xbox Game Studios 2018.
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