Because Microsoft’s supercomputer needs the help of running nine-year-old games.
Those who are lucky enough to choose Xbox Series X will be able to use the new mod to play Bethesda’s Skyrim at 60 frames per second.
This is based on an article on Reddit, which says that the Uncap FPS Mod of Fantasy RPG allows the game to run at a fixed 60fps. This makes it consistent with the PC player’s experience of Skyrim.
Skyrim is now available on Xbox Series X through backward compatibility. Bethesda has promised to provide free next-generation upgrades for many of its games, including “Doom Eternal”, but there is no word on when it will go live.
Skyrim was of course released in 2011, and almost all game technologies released since then can be used. Except Ouya. RIP.
In September last year, Microsoft announced that it would acquire ZeniMax Media, Bethesda’s parent company, for up to 7.5 billion US dollars. This makes many people wonder whether the games provided by the manufacturer of Skyrim will be dedicated to the Xbox console, and Microsoft is still the co fort of this problem. Earlier this month, Chief Financial Officer Tim Stuart stated that Bethesda games must be “second to none” on Xbox hardware.
Speaking of Skyrim modules, since these modules have been launched in the game, some very interesting results have been achieved. In August, we saw a Mod accidentally turning Skyrim into a game that nobody watched, while another user recreated The Witcher 3 battle in the game with 11 Mods.