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This is how PUBG works on Xbox Series X with its new ‘Performance’ mode

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This is how PUBG works on Xbox Series X with its new 'Performance' mode

Despite the fact that today the genre of battle royale is very widespread, as everything had a precursor. In this case, it was PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or as it is colloquially known, PUBG.The premise of this game resides in gameplay more oriented to ‘realism’, and although today it has lost quite a few followers, the truth is that it is still very popular among a certain part of the community.

Its 9th season will begin in a few days, and it will do so with quite a few new features, including Páramo, a new map with dynamic weather conditions.

This update is now available on the test server, and one of its new features resides in a mode called ‘ Frame Rate Priority ‘, which frees the game’s framerate. Now, thanks to Jeffrey Grubb we can see how this PUBG mode works on Xbox Series X.

PUBG is better on Xbox Series X

In the video below these lines, you can see the comparison of PUBG with its new mode running on Xbox One X and Xbox Series X. It is obvious very quickly that although on Xbox One X it works practically at 60 fps it does so with a very shaky performance, with lots of ups and downs in framerate.

However, Series X shows impressive stability that never breaks, thus offering the best PUBG experience out there.

Xbox Series X | S will hit the market in just over two weeks, on November 10. From Generation Xbox, we will tell you our impressions of both models so stay tuned.

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This is how impressive Godfall looks on PC at 4K and over 60 fps

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This is how impressive Godfall looks on PC at 4K and over 60 fps

The new generation of hardware has finally arrived for both consoles and PC, because today we already have both PS5 consoles and new Microsoft consoles with Xbox Series X and Series S, which have been a resounding success in the first week of sales.

Of course we also have the new PC graphics by both Nvidia and AMD, something that many new games that have already started to come out will take advantage of, Godfall being one of the last titles that have seen the light of day and that comes fully prepared. for the new generation of hardware.

Godfall is a great graphic marvel at 4K and more than 60 fps

Although the arrival of the new machines to play has been seen with great enthusiasm, this time we have seen few titles that have been considered as “next generation”, something that should have started to arrive with The Medium in December, but it seems to be that until 2021 it will not be possible to play it.

Godfall is another new generation game that although it has been released on PlayStation 5 consoles, it is very possible that it will see the light in Xbox Series within a few months, so any user who is already with a new Microsoft machine, if interested, could buy it for these.

Another platform where the title is already available is on PC and it is where we can see that it performs better, being shown in the published video that we leave you below in which the game performs at 4K and remains above 60 frames per second at all times, making it clear that it is a visual marvel and one of the first titles that can be visually considered from a different generation.

We will be attentive in case Godfall decides to land in the new Xbox Series, but for now we will have to enjoy it on PC, at least those who have at their disposal a team powerful enough to be able to move it, because this title is no small feat in terms of the technical.

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Far Cry 6: New AMD Video Reveals Game Runs at 4K with Ray Tracing

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Far Cry 6 New AMD Video Reveals Game Runs at 4K with Ray Tracing

AMD’s official YouTube channel has published a more than interesting video in which we can see many of the technical characteristics of Ubisoft’s Far Cry 6 in action.

This video shows us how gamers with an AMD Radeon RX 6000 and a Ryzen 5000 series processor will take advantage of many of the features that the game will offer, including FreeSync Premium pro, FideltyFX Contrast Adaptive Sharpening, Hybrid SSR, Ray Tracing, and VRS.

Far Cry 6 at 4K and with Ray Tracing

Far Cry 6 like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla would be another of the games that would come to Xbox Series X running at 60 images per second to which we would have to add many of the characteristics shown in this video:

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This is how the Master Chief Collection performs in all its Xbox versions

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This is how the Master Chief Collection performs in all its Xbox versions

After several months that many of us have seemed endless, the time has finally come to enjoy the new generation of consoles, as Microsoft last week launched the new Xbox Series X and Series S, which have been a success in sales both in reserves and in the batch that we have had these days.

Although many of us would have liked to be able to play Halo Infinite with the launch of these new consoles, we have a good number of games optimized and prepared to take advantage of the new hardware, something to which the Master Chief Collection has been added does nothing.

Master Chief Collection performs great on both Xbox One and Xbox Series

Without a doubt, the new generation is giving incredible moments just beginning, since although the collection has not been patched to take advantage of the hardware, we already saw a few days ago that these consoles work their magic as well, especially with loading times.

But now we have the Master Chief Collection fully ready to work on Xbox Series, something that can be clearly seen in the new video of the ElAnalistaDeBits channel, in which we can see how loading times, resolution, drawing distance, and frames per second improve notably, although this collection also demonstrates great performance on Xbox One, save for Halo 2 Anniversary which has fps issues.

It is also important to mention that this works at 120 fps on Xbox Series X / S, although they are being measured with the limit of 60. What is clear is that the new generation is going at full speed and without drops.

The Master Chief Collection is at its best on both Xbox and PC and we expect the folks at 343 Industries to reveal details on Halo Infinite in a few weeks, which we are really looking forward to.

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