Published On: Tue, Jun 13th, 2017

Destiny 2 Will Run during 30FPS on Xbox One X, Too, Bungie Confirms

In a developer talk during YouTube’s Live E3 2017 Show, publisher Geoff Keighley talked with Bungie about a arriving Destiny 2, one of a biggest games due this year.

We’ve lonesome progressing a new console recover date as good as a newly announced PC recover date, though there was one large doubt slow among fans: will a Xbox One X be means to run a diversion during 60 frames per second?

Just after Destiny 2’s exhibit event, Bungie pronounced that Destiny 2 would run during 4K (it was not specified either that was local fortitude or not) and 30 frames per second on a PlayStation 4 Pro.

The Xbox One X is a large jump forward in terms of performance, though apparently, it isn’t enough. Luke Smith pronounced that a first-person online shooter will run during 30FPS on all console platforms, that means that usually PC gamers will be means to suffer a diversion during 60FPS or aloft (the support rate is uncapped on PC), alongside other perks such as Ultrawide support, customizable Field of View (FOV), content chat, tradition pivotal mapping and minute graphics settings to tweak.

This is exceedingly unsatisfactory for all console gamers, quite given all vital shooters recently have targeted 60 frames per second even on consoles. Bungie should have focused on reaching 1080P@60FPS during slightest on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, even if it meant permitting a slight advantage over owners of a strange PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems.

You can check out a awesomeness of Destiny 2 using on PC during 4K@60FPS right here.

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