Destiny 2 Xbox One X and PS 4 Pro updates coming
Destiny 2’s Xbox One X and PS 4 patch are coming soon
The Xbox One X launched a few days ago, so every developer is making patches that take advantage of Xbox One X’s extra power. Destiny 2’s new update will take advantage of Xbox One X’s and PS 4 Pro’s extra power, Bungie announced in a blog post.
Unfortunately, Bungie’s post that announces Destiny 2’s Xbox One X and PS 4 Pro update doesn’t go into details, but Destiny 2 will definitely look good especially on the Xbox One X. The post only says on December 5th the Xbox One X, and PS 4 Pro patch will be released, the patch will add HDR lighting and “adaptive ” 4k on the PS 4 Pro and 4k on the Xbox One X. Bungie says they will make your investment in the Xbox One X or the PS 4 Pro worth it. One of Destiny 2’s biggest DLCs will launch on December 5th too. Curse of Osiris DLC will bring new maps, characters, and more.
A few months ago Bungie confirmed that Destiny 2 would be running at a locked 30 fps on the Xbox One X, Xbox One, PS 4, and PS 4 Pro. Bungie said it has a 30 FPS lock because they wanted the game to be better and bigger. Bungie said they could’ve made it run at 60 FPS but then the area would be smaller and there would be fewer enemies to kill. Many other games have different modes on the Xbox One X. For example, Xbox One X players will have three graphical settings to choose from in Rise of the Tombraider Native 4k, Enriched Visuals, and high frame rate. At 4k mode, Tombraider will run at true 4k, at Enriched Visuals the game will run at the best looking graphical settings (not 4k), and in High Frame Rate mode the game will run at 60 FPS.
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