Fortnite Battle Royale 60 FPS Mode Runs Great On Both PlayStation 4 Pro And Xbox One X

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Feb 26

Fortnite Battle Royale recently added a 60 FPS mode on consoles, and it seems like it runs great on both PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X.

A frame rate test video shared by VG Tech confirmes that Fortnite Battle Royale manages to keep an almost steady 60 FPS frame rate on both PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. The PlayStation 4 Pro renders the game between 900p and 1080p, using a temporal upsampling technique to create a 1080p frame buffer. The Xbox One X version renders between 1080p and 1440p, using the same temporal upsampling technique to create a 1728p frame buffer.

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Fortnite Battle Royale also seems to run great on the regular PlayStation 4 and Xbox One S. Graphics settings get lowered, depending on GPU load, but they still manage to keep an almost steady 60 FPS frame rate.

Another Fortnite update is currently in the works, and it will include various improvements to building and more.

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Turbo Building
“Turbo Building” allows you to hold down primary fire and continuously place the selected building piece (Toggled in the Game options). Now you can “paint” building pieces into the world quickly. This will be very useful for defensively building walls around you and sprinting up ramps while building them simultaneously.

Automatic Material Swapping
“Auto Change Materials” will switch to another material when your current supply runs dry (this can be toggled in the Game options). In addition to “Turbo Building” this makes the building process fast and simple. It also allows for quick defensive structures from flanking with less input and worry about running out of a particular material.

Build Through Stuff
Sometimes it’s frustrating when your placement is blocked unexpectedly and you aren’t sure why. Currently, smaller objects like furniture and shrubs are destroyed when you build over them, but trees, rocks and vehicles can still get in the way. We’ve changed the building system to allow you to place structures right through large objects, meaning you can now build pretty much anywhere at anytime!

Fortnite Battle Royale is now out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.