Revealed a company (Epic Games) for new information about the performance benefits that Fortnite players should expect if they play the game across the (PlayStation 5), (Xbox Series X) or new (Xbox Series S) platforms.
The next generation versions of Fortnite for these platforms will be available upon arrival next week, and Epic Games says: These original designs are new and are designed to make more use of the new platforms.
Some of these goals, like 4K and 60fps, were previously popular, but the company is now clarifying Some of the behind the scenes upgrades that the new hardware must allow.
For the new Xbox consoles, you get this resolution if you are playing the game on the more powerful Xbox Series X platform, while the Xbox Series S platform is limited to 1080p.
And both versions run at 60 frames per second, as has been the norm in Fortnite across platforms since 2018.
Epic Games now promises dynamic and physical effects within (Xbox Series X), including an interactive world with grass and trees responding to explosions, improved fluid simulation of smoke and liquid (cooler smoke and liquid effects), and all-new storm and cloud effects.
It also promises Participate faster in matches and split the screen at 60 frames per second.
Many of these same features are reflected across the PS5, including 4K resolution, dynamic and physical effects, faster match participation and screen split changes.
Epic Games also promises to support DualSense controls, which means that the haptic feedback of the new gamepad will make you feel like Tolerance (Suppressed SMG), as well as haptic feedback when the trigger is pressed for long-range weapons.
(Epic Games) also says: The next generation of Fortnite supports the (PS5) Activities feature, allowing games to be played in specific modes.
This means that you can download Fortnite directly into the battle royale game mode with a specific playlist, and this method allows you to press one additional button To be on the waiting list for the match.