One of the biggest selling points of next-gen consoles, such as the PS5 or Xbox Series X, is the support for games running at 120 fps on monitors that include TV and 120 Hz modes. We have already seen many new Xbox and PS5 games running at 120fps, some existing games are only updated with 120fps for the Xbox Series X, but not the PS5.
Both Call of Duty: Warson And Rocket League, For example, add support for 120fps only on Xbox Series X. Activision is not the only one commenting on why Warson The Xbox Series X has this support, though Rocket League Developer is Cynics Revealed Eurocomer It is very complicated to implement on the PS5 page.
“Running 120 Hz on the Xbox Series X | S is a small connection, but running it on the PS5 requires full native porting on how the console backwards compatibility is enabled, and unfortunately this is not possible as we focus elsewhere,” Zionics explains in a statement. Eurocomer.
The PS5 is capable of running existing PS4 games at 120 fps, but developers have more work to do to run it. In the short term, we will see additional instances of games running without 120fps on the PS5, but will appear with a higher frame rate on the Xbox Series X.
The developers on the Xbox Series X page will only find it easier to implement this because Microsoft developed 120Hz support for the Xbox One years ago. Updated to support Xbox One X and Xbox One S. Variable renewal rates again in 2018, With a will 1440p Video Release. Sony started to support 120Hz with the PS5, but the console still does not support 1440p mode.
120fps support will not be an issue in the long run as more and more developers will create their own PS5 games. As developers continue to release cross-generation games for the Xbox One and PS4, it is likely to be a mix of the supported ones. There are signs that it could improve. Bungee plans to renovate Rule 2 On December 8th, the Xbox Series X and PS5 will be in its crossover mode with 120fps support.