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Start date 12-11-20 - 09:23
End date 05-14-21 - 18:00
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    Not long ago EA reported that Star Wars: Squadrons will likewise get a 120fps mode on the Xbox Series X and S, yet not on the PlayStation 5. EA likewise gave no further clarification about this While the PS5 is somewhat less ground-breaking on paper than the Xbox Series X, the absence of 120fps mode is probably not going to be identified with that. All things considered, the two games additionally get that mode on the Series S, which has significantly less figuring power than the PlayStation 5.

    VentureBeat composes that games produced for the PlayStation 4 can run at a limit of 60fps on the PS5. That is a constraint of the retrogressive similarity mode. There is no such impediment with the Xbox Series X and S. Apparently this clarifies the nonappearance of the 120fps modes in Rocket League and Star Wars: Squadrons for the PlayStation 5. All things considered, the games were created for the PlayStation 4 and are presently getting a moderately basic update. Probably the games would require further tweaking to use the full abilities of the PS5.