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Hellblade II consistently fails to maintain its 30fps target on Xbox Series X/S

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is out now, and on PC it’s a demanding but visually stunning experience if you have the hardware (check out Alessio’s review of the game running on an RTX 4090 here), but what about Does it have consoles? Ahead of launch, it was revealed that Hellblade II would only have a single 30fps visual mode on Xbox Series what not? Well, about that… the folks at ElAnalistaDeBits have tried the Xbox versions of Hellblade II, and the results aren’t as strong as one might hope. Check out the full analysis below if you have about 15 minutes, or scroll down to check out our overview of the highlights.

Hellblade II consistently fails to maintain its 30fps target on Xbox Series X/S

According to the analysis above, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II runs at a dynamic resolution of 2560 x 1070p with an average resolution of around 2304 x 963p on Xbox Series x 615p on Xbox Series S (resolutions are rather shaky due to gaming). running in 2.39:1 “cinematic” widescreen mode with black bars at the top and bottom of the screen). In terms of visual quality, the Series X looks a lot like PC at higher settings, while the Series S is slightly lower quality.

Unfortunately, neither the Xbox Series X nor the S seem capable of maintaining a consistent 30 frames per second. While both hit 30fps perhaps 80% of the time, drops seem to be common during more visually lush and action-packed scenes. The Xbox Series Oddly, the two systems seem to struggle at slightly different points, perhaps related to how each system handles its dynamic resolution.

At least for now, it seems like Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II may be the game that’s a little too pretty for the Xbox Series X/S. We hope that a little more optimization can be made in the weeks and months to come.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is now available on PC and Xbox Series X/S.

News Source : wccftech.com
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