Xbox includes performance / value settings.
The Rocket League is certainly not excluded from the next Jane augmentation action, and developer Psychonics has now detailed the changes to its wheeled footy game on the Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5 before the end of the year.
In a new post on the Rocket League website, Psychonics explained that it has two batch updates on the way to next-gen consoles. First, arriving on launch day, the Rocket League will upgrade from 4K / 60fps to Xbox Series X HDR, and Series S to HD / 1080p / 60fps
Owners of the PS5, meanwhile, will be able to enjoy 4K (checkerboard) at 60fps with HDF, and all subsequent Zen consoles will feature faster load times and improved split-screen performance.
The second update has so far only been announced for the Xbox Series X / S and will introduce a new video quality setting in the Video tab of the Rocket League settings menu. This will enable players to choose between quality and performance following the Psychonics description:
Xbox Series X.
- 4K resolution at 60 fps with HDR
- The game runs at 120 fps with HDR at 2688×1512 resolution (70% of full 4K)
Xbox Series S
- 1080p resolution at 60 fps with HDR
- The game runs at 1344×756 (70% of full 1080p) resolution with HDR at 120 fps
Additionally, Psychonics notes that players will be able to access their existing Rocket Pass progress and list on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S through their Epic Games account.
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