Fortnite has received a brand new update for all platforms. This update starts Season 3 and also includes support for locked 60 FPS. This comes at the expense of Dynamic Resolution but how much is the resolution affected with this new mode?
Fortnite Battle Royale is available free to play on both the PS4 and Xbox One so we decided to check both of them out to see how much different the two different visual modes stack on each platform. The option to run the game at 60 FPS is toggled via a simple config in the settings menu. The screenshots taken below were from the two different modes, 30 FPS and 60 FPS. The difference is that one enables the dynamic resolution in order to make the game run at a higher frame rate and honestly speaking, it is impossible to go back to the 30 FPS mode again.
The 60 FPS mode not only retains most of the visuals, it also looks pretty good in motion, atleast on the Xbox One X. I have been really impressed with the performance in this mode, which has been rock solid so far. If you want to see how it works out on the base PS4 and Xbox One, you can check it out from here.
Fortnite is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. It also has a free to play Battle Royale mode on all platforms. The game was developed by Epic Games using their propriety Unreal Engine 4.