This is a technical analysis and breakdown of multiple options going up against one another. Here you can see the Fallout 76 Xbox Series X FPS Boost vs Regular Comparison which will provide a direct visual showcase within the video. This is then filled out with the text based information detailed further down in this article.
This is to provide easier options for viewing, and context for when wanting to find out what exactly is going on between the various selections being shown upon the video. Mostly you get a visual display, and if you’d prefer to just read what’s present you can also see that in action which is a good mix of choices.
There’s not only a quick body of information text, but also a quick table area to provide fast details if you’re not wanting to dive deeply into the topic. With that, you can watch the video presentation right here, or head further back to find out more about what’s being displayed.
Fallout 76 (FPS Boost)
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Side by Side Comparison Technical Notes
This is a very interesting comparison, because it’s really a choice for players. Do you want the frame rate, or do you want a higher resolution? Really either or in this case, you can make the choice based on what feels right for you.
The hope was this gen that the choice wouldn’t be present, but in the case of these backwards compatible titles getting upgrades it’s probably going to be the case for a number of them. I hope that’s not what does actually happen, but seeing this already isn’t the best sign. So unlike Fallout 4 where mods can grant higher options, we’re stuck here.
Do you want a rather low resolution and have that higher fluidity, or do you want that better looking resolution and lose out on that awesome fluidity. It’s really up to personal preference and how one aims to enjoy this multiplayer focused title. For competitive shooting and the likes, that fluidity can make quite a difference.
This is a multiplayer focused take on the Fallout franchise. It drops the single player narrative adventure for one of survival, featuring an empty world. That was of course until Wastelanders arrived alongside other DLC that followed which aimed to provide more traditional story content and further things to do.
If the regular survival area isn’t for you, there’s the forever in beta Nuclear Winter battle royale mode tacked on too. It’s an interesting combination, as you, really the first out of the vaults attempt to rebuild America by being the best and brightest that the country apparently had to offer. Good luck out there, trying to survive and discover what remains of this lost country.
Hopefully the comparison was helpful in understanding the changes that are being presented between these options. It can help greatly to have a quick visual presentation that’s lined up for a faster viewing.
This side by side comparison should really provide all of the info you need to know when it comes to matching up these choices and giving you the quick facts to see why they’re being placed up against one another. You can read a review of a related title below, or check out a game hub for further coverage as well. Don’t forget to check out the video content to see the experience in action.
Read our Fallout 76 Review
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