Epic Game’s co-op survival title, Fortnite is set to get a 60fps mode for all consoles – optimised for whichever platform you happen to own.
Epic Games announced this in a blog post whereby the team gave a lengthy description of what they plan to add to the title (optimisation, balancing, the usual stuff)
“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.”
Considering the competitive edge that Fortnite Battle Royale brings the table – it makes sense that the team would focus on making the game as smooth as possible to ensure players have a better gaming experience ensuring those perfect headshots and high-intensity firefights.
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Welcome to the ‘action building’ world of Fortnite, where teams of up to four players must explore a hugely destructible-world, gather up resources and work together to build towering forts and insane weapons – all in the name of survival!
After a mysterious cataclysmic event known only as ‘The Storm’ sweeps away 98% of the world’s population, a rugged band of survivors must team up to take back the planet from both an invading swarm of monsters and each other.
Fortnite is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One
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