Xbox Series X Performance: Most Xbox One X Games Run at 60 FPS in 4K


The primary slate of Xbox Collection X previews have hit the wild, which means reviewers are in any case in a position to hands-on check the efficiency features of Microsoft’s next-gen console (you’ll learn our personal impressions right here).

There are not any next-gen video games to check simply but, however the tech professionals over at Virtual Foundry have put the brand new console to the check seeing the way it runs current-gen video games as in comparison to the Xbox One X. The effects are lovely spectacular: whilst the Xbox One X incessantly struggled to output video games at greater than 30 FPS, the Collection X used to be in a position to a clean 60 FPS – or regardless of the sport’s framerate cap is – in nearly the entire video games examined.

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Lots of the video games examined, corresponding to Hitman within the 4K High quality Mode, Lifeless or Alive 6 within the 4K Graphics Mode, and Monster Hunter International in Answer Mode ran within the 30 to 40 FPS vary on Xbox One X, while on Collection X they both deal with the 60 FPS cap, or dip very reasonably beneath that quantity in probably the most hard of settings.

Even Sekiro: Shadows Die Two times, which used to be infamous for its tough efficiency at the current-gen consoles (and that’s the reason even the use of an 1800p rendering solution) noticed an enormous uplift over the One X, hitting that 60 FPS body cap in lots of puts, handiest shedding to the low 50s right through particularly hard scenarios, corresponding to when there used to be numerous foliage on display screen.

The takeaway this is that the Collection X, as will have to be anticipated, gives a big uplift for in-game efficiency over current-gen hardware. Visually, issues do not in reality glance that a lot better than they did at the One X, however take note those video games have not won any particular optimizations for the brand new console but both. As soon as the ones optimizations begin to roll out, and we get a possibility to in fact check some next-gen video games, issues are positive to appear much more spectacular.

You’ll take a look at Virtual Foundry’s complete FPS research right here, or take a look at IGN’s deep dive into the Collection X within the hyperlink above. Additionally take a look at IGN’s Xbox Collection X preorder information for the most recent up-to-date retail hyperlinks.

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Bo Moore is the chief editor of tech at IGN.

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