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Rocket League will hit 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and S

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Rocket League will hit 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and S

Epic’s popular bumper car game is still an excellent option to spend a great time demonstrating our skills or competing with our friends, as you surely know, Rocket League recently became an F2P title on both consoles and PC including Xbox Series X and S , but it is in the latter that the development team will soon release an update to take advantage of the benefits of these machines.

Thanks to an entry in the Rocket League blog, Psyonix has confirmed that before the end of 2020 without a specific date, an update will come to the Xbox version and this update is an improvement for Rocket to take advantage of the power of Xbox Series X and S, I show you the settings below.

Xbox series x

  • Quality / 4K, 60 FPS, and HDR
  • Performance / Resolution 2688 × 1512, 120 FPS and HDR

Xbox Series S

  • Quality / 1080p, 60 FPS and HDR
  • Performance / Resolution 1344 × 756, 120 FPS and HDR

Rocket League harnesses the power of Series X and S

As you can see, the title of cars and football can reach the promised 120 FPS on either of the two Microsoft consoles, this, of course, is achieved by sacrificing the quality of the graphics, although anyway, it is still an excellent option to enjoy of the game at full quality at 4K on Series X and 1080p on Series S What do you think? We recommend you keep an eye on Generation Xbox for more news.

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Chorus in the first game. Gameplay shows the expected production

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Chorus in the first game. Gameplay shows the expected production

Chorus will debut early next month, which may be of interest to many players. Deep Silver Fishlabs has finally presented its gameplay and the dynamic gameplay may prove to be a great option for many flying fans. Check out the gameplay.

The premiere of Chorus will take place on December 3 and today we can check the pure gameplay. In this case, the players will play the role of the pilot Nara, who controls Forsaken, or “sentient machine”. The duo’s task is to destroy the dark cult, and the heroine will wade through the galaxy, discover ancient temples and experiment with powerful abilities to finally be able to achieve her goal.

Today we can finally check how Chorus really looks like and it must be admitted that it looks really interesting. It is hard to say what experience the missions will provide and whether the gameplay at some point will not be too repetitive, but the title is very dynamic and the Forsaken gameplay can be great fun.

Chorus is coming to two generations of consoles (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One), but also to personal computers (Steam, Epic Games Store).

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GTA: The Trilogy still with serious framerate issues on Switch

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GTA The Trilogy still with serious framerate issues on Switch

Patch 1.02 for GTA The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition was released a few days ago. Many Switch owners were hoping the update would correct animation fluidity issues in this release. How is it actually?

The topic decided to check out Youtuber Cycu1, who prepared a comparison of GTA The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition in the premiere state and with the 1.02 update installed on the Switch. Unfortunately, it turns out that the remasters of the iconic versions of Grand Theft Auto are still the weakest on the Nintendo console. Framerate often drops below 25 frames per second.

In some scenes, the situation even looks as if the Switch offered worse animation fluidity than on the day of release. For example, in the 7th minute of the recording, while driving through the busy place under the viaduct in GTA San Andreas, the framerate dives in the premiere edition to the area of ​​23-24 frames per second. With the patch installed, the game seems to generate a slightly lower framerate than in the older version of the game.

This is of course a great disappointment. Many people hoped to play such old productions on Switch with the highest degree of liquidity. Unfortunately, we received a poorly optimized production – not only on the Nintendo console but also on … PS5, where the game has a problem with micro-cuts in the smoothness of the animation, even in the 30fps mode.

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PlayStation Home came back to life thanks to the fans. Players can meet their friends again in the game

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PlayStation Home came back to life thanks to the fans

Sony shut down the PlayStation Home servers a few years ago, but fans decided to restore the initiative. Thanks to their own servers, they managed to revive the project and now players can spend their free time together.

PlayStation Home is a very ambitious endeavour by Sony that has been in development since 2005. The Japanese allowed PlayStation 3 owners to create their own avatars, and then those interested could spend time in the virtual world. Beta Home took place in December 2008, the project was in development until November 12, 2014, and the servers were completely shut down on March 31, 2015.

However, players decided to recall PlayStation Home and, like Motorstorm, set up their own servers – the Destination Home Team and PSONE communities worked together to invite fans to PS Home:

“Greetings to Home Veterans!” Today was a huge event for Destination Home Team x PSOne Emulation Team as we finally reached a point in our development where the lobby sessions work on the original PlayStation 3! “

Those interested have set up their own servers, so now players can join public or private lobbies and then hang out on PlayStation Home. Below you can check the material that shows the return of the project.

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