Destiny 2 supports Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5.
With the launch by Bungie of Beyond the light, the big content update for Destiny 2, is that the studio has also released the patch for improvements for new generation machines. Reduced load times, the ability to increase the field of view or 120 fps in Crucible are some of the improvements that have been added to versions of Xbox Series X
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It was then the VG Tech YouTube channel that decided to compare the three versions of the video game to see how well the shooter works on the new machines. In terms of performance, Microsoft and Sony consoles guarantee a solid 60 fps, except for the occasional drop which will prove to be more of an anecdote than a problem. Realtime cutscenes as was the case in the previous generation are locked at 30 fps.
Regarding the resolution of Destiny 2 in Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 it is about Dynamic 4Kwith its highest point being 3840 × 2160 and its lowest point 2346 × 2160. While consoles hit maximum resolution most of the time, it’s the PlayStation 5 that can drop below 4K more frequently. In Xbox Series S the maximum resolution most of the time will be the 1920 × 1080 and it is reported that it rarely hits its minimum of 1536 × 1080.
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