Warzone: 120 FPS coming soon to Xbox Series

Xbox Series consoles can no longer run Call of Duty: Warzone at 120 frames per second but the developers have revealed that the feature will return.

Since December 2021, the Xbox Series X and S consoles could no longer support 120 FPS (frames per second), freezing the game at 60 FPS. Since then, players have been impatiently awaiting the return of this feature to make their gaming experience smoother and Raven Software has just confirmed that 120 FPS will be back shortly.

With Warzone Pacific, we got to experience a brand new map with lots of gameplay quality improvements over the updates, but console players suffered from a lot of texture issues that are having trouble loading.

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Airdrops allow players to pick up a custom class.

And while players on PlayStation 5 could fully enjoy a gaming experience with 120 FPS on average, players on new Xbox consoles could no longer do so since the Season 1 update with the integration of Vanguard, being now stuck at 60 FPS since that day.

In an interview shortly before Season 3 with CharlieIntel, a developer from Raven Software claimed that they “absolutely want” to bring 120 FPS back to Xbox Series and they have now confirmed that the feature is coming back shortly.

When will Warzone’s 120 FPS return to Xbox Series consoles?

On May 20, Raven Software revealed that Xbox Series consoles will once again be able to support 120Hz in the Season 3 Recharged update, scheduled for May 20. Wednesday May 25.

“We are excited to share that during the mid-season patch next week, players on consoless Xbox Series will once again be able to enjoy 120Hz on Warzone. We hope this, along with other exciting updates, will create a more fun Caldera experience!”

So we look forward to seeing you next week for the return of 120 FPS on Xbox Series and many other new features for Season 3 Reloaded of Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific!

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