PlayStation 5 will be bringing high-performing hardware and support for many exclusive titles. Many game developers are upgrading their game to meet the system requirements and utilize the next-gen console’s hardware.
Now, however, Epic Games has shared the details for its Fortnite next-generation update. The best improvements will come to Fortnite for the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. All versions of the game will enjoy a series of visual enhancements and support for 60FPS while using the split-screen mode.
The game developers are offering various updates over their already existing games. Some of the updates are listed below:
- Fortnite will offer 4K Resolution at 60 FPS on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X — an incredible experience like never before on consoles with 4K resolution running at a smooth 60 FPS.
- Dynamic Visuals and Physics — the grass and trees will now respond to explosions allowing for a more dynamic and interactive world. Enhanced fluid simulations for smoke and liquid are added along with all-new Storm and cloud effects.
- Get into Matches Faster — Loading time has been improved, allowing the users to get into a match from game start-up much faster.
- Enhanced Split Screen — Split Screen now supports 60 FPS.
PlayStation 5 users are getting the exclusive DualSense support along with integration with the console’s new UI. Haptic feedback using the DualSense controller feels like users are holding the Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle. Along with the general vibration support, haptic trigger feedback for ranged weapons is also integrated on the new DualSense controller.
All these improvements to Fortnite next-gen will be added to the game in its future updates. The company has just teased these new improvements that it will be bringing to its competition.
The next-gen consoles release pushes the game developers to adapt to the latest trends in the gaming industry, primarily providing support for 4K at 60 fps. It comes as a boon for gamers. Now, as to how many other developers decide to upgrade their games remains to be seen.
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