Fortnite isn't too far away now, with Epic Games revealing what resolution and frame rate it will be running at on both the Xbox One X coming in November, and the PS4 Pro - oh, and PC.
Epic Games changed things up with Fortnite, which blends the elements of sanbox, construction and survival into a game where you have to team with othe players to prepare your fortress during the day, for the monsters that will attack at night.
In an interview with GamingBolt, Fortnite Producer Zak Phelps talked about the graphics performance across the platforms, saying that the PC version will look the best if you have the hardware to enable all of the settings and ensure a smooth frame rate. He added: "Resolution and frame rate is all dependent on your PC and what you can run. PS4 Pro, Xbox X, it's going to look really good in 4K. We're going to allow the resolutions that we can support and frame rate at 30 frames per second. We've turned on several key PC pieces on Epic settings. We're able to run the game on Xbox One X, and PS4 Pro".
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