Sea of Thieves can now break the 120FPS threshold on the Xbox Sequence X console, Uncommon confirms in a new game update.
Sea of Thieves provides a brand new efficiency goal to its repertoire, and may now hit 1080p 120FPS on the Xbox Sequence X with HDR enabled. That is along with the opposite perf targets that embrace native 4K 60FPS on the system, in addition to the bottom 1080p 60FPS on HDTVs.
“On the Xbox Sequence X console, a efficiency mode is accessible supporting 120Hz at 1080p. Some TVs don’t assist 120Hz and HDR concurrently, so HDR might should be disabled from the Console Settings,” reads the replace.
Additionally bear in mind the Xbox Sequence X is appropriate with variable refresh price displays, so you may plug your console immediately right into a excessive refresh PC show and luxuriate in 120FPS gaming that approach. I’ve connected my Sequence X to my Acer XG270HU FreeSync monitor and performed Halo MCC in 1440p 120Hz. Sadly, Sea of Thieves is locked to 1080p 120FPS, but it surely’s nonetheless a giant increase over the standard 60FPS.