With Battlefield running at 60 I think infinite...

Continued title: should too.

I understand these two games are on different engines but battlefield 2042 runs at a smooth 60fps for me on xbox one s. Battlefield has tons of players, vehicles, huge maps, destruction physics, etc. With all this in mind I believe its possible for infinite to run better on xbox one consoles. Even though battlefield looks a bit worse visually, it feels nicer and more smooth to play.
Please add a performance option to infinite with a 60fps target and lower visual options for xbox one s.

(This isn’t an attack on 343, I still love yall, I just want to give this feedback in hopes that it will help the game at launch.)

I really don’t think too many resources should be put into old Xbox One hardware.

Maybe focus on it a little while after launch.

People need to remember that the original consoles were dated, even back when it launched…

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> People need to remember that the original consoles were dated, even back when it launched…

Choosing to support Infinite on One/S is unfortunate. Those consoles absolutely suck, and did so even at launch.

While yes, it can achieve 60fps, you said it: it looks worse visually. This is the game running on PS4-PS4Pro-PS5, and you can see how much the graphics were downgraded on PS4 just to get 60fps compared to PS5. This downgrade is nowhere near as extreme on Infinite when you compare the One version to the Series X version. While yes, it needs more optimization, i dont see a 60fps mode that is actually 60fps on the base Xbox One. One X framererate mode had to use the same settings as base Xbone and lower the maximum resolution down to 1440p, which still drops to possibly 1080p, just to get stable 60fps, just like how 2042 did

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> Choosing to support Infinite on One/S is unfortunate. Those consoles absolutely suck, and did so even at launch.

One X is more powerful than Series S, and they’re cheaper now as well

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> One X is more powerful than Series S, and they’re cheaper now as well

I’m thankful I bought a One X years ago, but aren’t they discontinued with the release of the Series S? I guess you could still buy used.

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> > One X is more powerful than Series S, and they’re cheaper now as well
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> I’m thankful I bought a One X years ago, but aren’t they discontinued with the release of the Series S? I guess you could still buy used.

Woah! I had no idea they were discontinuing them. I picked one up about a year ago, to play Infinite when it was still coming out in 2020. Used is definitely the way to go but I guess you’d need to do it quick lol

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> One X is more powerful than Series S, and they’re cheaper now as well

Not true (about the performance)

While yet it technically has more RAW performance. The reason it does have that power is because of how severely dated the CPU was and is. The faster the Graphics unit was, the more it could offset the slower processing cores. So in games that require number crunching, it would be a null difference.
Now the S is on paper slower but features a CPU that is insanely faster due to the modern Ryzen architecture compared to the old Jaguar based APU used in the One/S/X. The Series S can efficiently use its GPU power without the severe bottleneck that the predecessor had.

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> I really don’t think too many resources should be put into old Xbox One hardware.
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> Maybe focus on it a little while after launch.

Good point. Most people are looking to upgrade at some point in the future anyway