Currently, the immensely popular Fortnite is running at 1080p 30 FPS on PS4 Pro, and 1728p 30 FPS on Xbox One X. This looks to be changing, as Epic Games looks to be boosting to a 60 FPS option for the Battle Royale mode.
The free-to-play third-person shooter offers building mechanics to offer players who enjoy an experience in a similar vein to PUBG, but with that lttle bit extra. Fans could now be getting even more, according to a post on the Epic Games website:
Later this month we plan to add an optional 60 FPS mode for Battle Royale on consoles (PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X). This 60 FPS mode is tuned for each console to maximize frame rate while minimizing loss of visual quality.
The game currently runs at 1728p on Xbox One X, so it will be hard to tell what resolution it will be, though it is bound to at least run at 1080p 60 FPS. It may even be hard to tell what kind of impact that the graphical difference will have, when you take into consideration that no other console can put out that sort of power.
Yet to play Fortnite? Be sure to join in the fun with the game on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Don’t forget, the popular Battle Royale mode is available for free.