This is a technical analysis and breakdown of multiple options going up against one another. Here you can see the Star Wars Battlefront 2 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.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 (FPS Boost)
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Star Wars Battlefront 2
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Side by Side Comparison Technical Notes
This is part of a FPS Batch that aimed for very high fluidity as an option. It was basically an EA pack that pumped up many fine running 60fps games all the way to 120fps. Part of that bundle was of course Star Wars Battlefront 2.
It was quite surprising to see, and most definitely welcomed for those that have 120hz displays that can handle the improvement. So with this change there is one element that does get altered, it’s like most Optimized titles really. You either continue enjoying 4k 60fps without the FPS Boost or you manually apply the option and get the resolution dropped to a dynamic 1080p in order to enjoy the 120fps.
Unlike many games, this one does hide the visual drop better, but at the same time it is a significant downgrade in visual quality when playing it. This does impact the experience across the board from the campaign the online multiplayer. Though it should be noted that cutscenes appear to be pre-rendered in some cases and won’t be impacted. Like with other options where it’s not straight up applied, you’ll make the choice as to what you want more.
Are you wanting a higher frame rate, or do you want to keep the quality and have what I feel is a decently fine frame rate. It’s totally up to you in this regard and I thought the comparison might be neat to see the resolution impact. Keep in mind that Youtube doesn’t support 120fps so you’re not seeing the full impact of what this brings, but hopefully get a sense of the smoother fluidity.
This is a collection of all Star Wars movie eras colliding for epic battles and large scale objective based conflicts. The story follows a high tier soldier in turmoil as they start to see the foundation of the Empire and their very beliefs begin to shatter.
Around that is an expansive multiplayer with large scale action based around a number of very iconic planets and general locations to battle on. Use various troops to engage in these battle fronts, occasionally gaining enough points to earn better soldier options and even heroes or villains. There are a variety of modes, and many ways to engage within this epic and now rather large scale take on the franchise from DICE.
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 Star Wars Battlefront 2 Review
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