E3 2021: Doom Eternal will be able to run at 120 FPS in Series X – its modes and improvements

During the Xbox and Bethesda games show at E3, they revealed that Doom Eternal will have big improvements across their consoles. All the info In this note!

Doom Eternal

Doom Eternal will receive a big optimization patch on June 29th. The news was confirmed during the Xbox and Bethesda games show at E3 2021. In this way, this great shooter will receive another improvement after being considered one of the best shooting games last year. This optimization patch will arrive for free for all those who own the game and for all next-generation consoles on which it is available, as well as on PC.

Within the optimizations that this patch will bring, we can find improvements in terms of gameplay. An improvement in the sharpness of the images, as well as a performance mode that supports up to 120 fps on all consoles, are some of the novelties that will be seen on the 29th.

Doom Eternal

Concerning the two big consoles of Doom Eternal, the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, they will also bring with their update a ray tracing and gameplay in 4K for a better experience. This game was released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on March 20, 2020, as part of the Doom saga. Its expansion is "The Ancient Gods", the first part of which was released on October 20, 2020, and the second part on March 18, 2021.

Console-based optimization enhancements

Xbox Series X:

  • Modo de rendimiento: 1800p- 120 fps
  • Balanced mode: 2160p- 60 fps
  • Ray tracing mode: 1800p- 60 fps

Xbox Series S:

  • Modo de rendimiento: 1080p- 120 fps
  • Modo equilibrado: 1440p- 60 fps
  • Ray tracing mode: not available
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PlayStation 5:

  • Performance mode: 1584p- 120 fps
  • Balanced mode: 2160p- 60 fps
  • Ray tracing mode: 1800p- 60 fps

personal computer:

In Ray Tracing mode, where both performance and availability depend on the hardware being used.

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