Call of Duty: Warzone is updated to run at 120fps on Xbox Series X, but not on PS5

Infinity Ward has released a new patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Y Call of Duty: Warzone in which, without specifying it in your notes, has added support for the game to 120 fps en Xbox Series X. It was the players themselves who discovered this new performance option, although a later technical analysis of Digital Foundry has confirmed it. Those, PS5 version is still limited to 60fps.

According to the technical analysis, the version of Call of Duty: Warzone para Xbox Series X runs at a rate ranging from 100 to 120 fps. The Reddit users who have found this option speak that the resolution of the game with that performance can reach the 1440p, although it depends on the monitor it may be that it runs at a resolution of 1080p. Below you can see an image of the game running on Xbox Series X at 115 fps and with a graph showing how its frame rate oscillates.

Call of Duty: Warzone for PS5 works at locked 60 fps

On the other hand, the PS5 version features a stable 60 fps. Apparently Call of Duty: Warzone has a limited frame rate, and in fact the game that runs is the PS4 through backward compatibility. Just yesterday Psyonix, creators of Rocket League, They explained that their game also does not work at 120fps on Sony’s new console because the way its backward compatibility is designed requires that a full port, while for Xbox Series X a simple patch is enough.

There are other games, like Star Wars: Battlefront, which can also be run at 120 fps on Xbox Series X but not on PS5. Others like Maneater, allows you to keep progress between Microsoft consoles but not Sony consoles. Everything seems to indicate that the need to carry out a complete port to PS5 is holding back developers to bring this type of functionality to the new generation console, although others like Bungie have already confirmed that their games, Destiny 2 in this case, s correr a 120 fps.


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