If you are looking for a game that takes advantage of a non-optimized update performance enhancements for your new Xbox console than you don’t need to look further than Battlefield V.
Battlefield V shines on Xbox series X and Xbox Series S because it offers loading times that are acceptable when compared to the slow painful loading time of the Xbox One.
The game has not been optimized for Xbox series X so don’t expect more than what you can get graphically speaking on the Xbox one S and the Xbox one X.
That is not a bad thing. The game is already a beautiful looking video game and honestly the smoother performance is a good trade off specially on the Xbox Series S with a lower resolution since it is running the Xbox one S backwards compatibility version (resolution numbers at the end of the article)
There is something I cannot show you by telling you on the video or on this article you just have to experience it for yourself. The smoothness the responsiveness of the video game battlefield five is something that makes it a worthy game to play on your new Xbox. When you are shooting it’s just feels more responsive than it does on the Xbox one S and the Xbox one X.
Of course with free sync or VRR The Xbox one X ends up feeling almost as smooth as the new Xbox, but definitely not the Xbox one S.
More than likely EA will not update this game with an Xbox Optimized update, but hopefully they will tweak the code like they did with Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order and make it run a little bit smoother because it does drop some frames here and there, but it is still an amazing graphical showcase.
The resolutions are 1080 P on the Xbox Series S pretty much locked and dynamic 4K on the Xbox series X which falls probably to around 1800 P at the lowest which is what I remember being the highest on the Xbox one X so it is a win-win situation.
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