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A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

A Plague Tale Innocence got its optimized for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S update and it is really good! A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS is now at 120 FPS on the Xbox Series X when you do the 120hz mode on your tv and the Xbox Series S same as the Xbox Series X deliver 60 FPS.

A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS
A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

The Xbox Series X delivers 60 FPS when you are using the none 120hz mode. The 120hz mode it is not a locked 120 fps so VRR or FreeSync is recommended, but since it is not a competitive game it won’t be much of a hassle other than for those frame rate aficionados that need it to be perfect or smooth as possible.

The game is by no means a triple AAA game so the animations were never to look great as to characters, but I got to say playing them at 60 FPS has made the game feel more polished and less obvious that it is not a big budget game. The smooth that comes with the optimized for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S makes playing the game feel really good!

A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS
A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

The update is free for all Xbox One players and current owners of the game and the Xbox Series S does not play the game at 120 FPS. It actually plays pretty good and manages to stay sharp at 1080p resolution which is lower than the Xbox One X version of the game. The main reason why, I believe, is cause the Xbox One X has a more “powerful” GPU which this game relies a lot on.

The game is not super demanding on CPU so the Xbox Series S can push up to double the frames with some minor graphical improvements since the game is focused on using the GPU side of things to deliver its world to us and the Xbox Series S even though more efficient and technically better than the older Xbox One X GPU it just lacks the horse power to deliver, at least for the way that this game has been build.

The Xbox Series X seems to be delivering the a dynamic 4k image which is higher than the Xbox One X 1440p and of course much higher than the 900p or so of the older and weaker Xbox One S. The loading times, by the way, are pretty much gone in the new systems.

The story snip that you used to be able to read while the game loads is no only there for those avid readers who can read a couple paragraphs in less than 5 or so seconds. Not complaining just saying it is funny.

The weird thing that Digital Foundry found was that the game seems to have a lower grass render distance than the Xbox One X in the new consoles which technically, for sure, the new Xbox Series X should be able to handle. They believe it is a bug or I believe it is a limitation of the game and how it was build so they decided to take the cut since the work around might be too much work.

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A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

The Xbox Series X delivers 120 FPS on the 120hz mode and a dynamic 4k resolution and the Xbox Series S doesn’t, but it delivers 60 FPS same as the Xbox Series X with a resolution of 1080p.

A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

A Plague Tale Innocence Xbox Series X|S Vs Xbox One X|S FPS

The Xbox One X delivers 30 FPS at 1440p and the Xbox One S delivers 30 FPS at 900p

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