The Fortnite update (v15.10) brings some exciting updates — battle royale / creative 120FPS support on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, and low-end PC player performance mode!
120 FPS support (PS5, Xbox series X | S)
With the release of v15.10, 120 FPS support has been added to both Xbox Series X | S and PS5 battle royale / creative. To play at 120 FPS, enter the Fortnite Video settings and switch “120 FPS mode” on.
In addition, the maximum resolution of the Xbox Series S @ 60 FPS has been increased from 1080p to 1200p in all game modes.
For more information, visit our next-generation Fortnite blog.
PC performance mode
Small download. Better performance. Older PC specs have new options for playing games.
The performance modes available in the alpha version can be selected from the in-game settings menu to trade off visual quality to reduce memory usage and significantly improve performance by offloading CPU and GPU. I will. For players who are already using low scalability settings or less powerful hardware, this mode allows them to run the game better than ever and maintain a smoother frame rate.
With the start of performance mode, players can also opt out of high resolution textures from the Epic Games Launcher installation options page. This will remove about 14GB of high resolution content, the final game size will be 17GB, and all optional components will be removed.
Check out Fortnite.com’s announcement for more information on performance modes.
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