Halo Infinite’s first multiplayer technical test is now a reality. A selected group of players has been able to have a first contact with the ambitious title of 343 Industries; an approximation with a margin of change of what we will find at the end of the year in Xbox Series X|S, PC y Xbox One. From the channel The Bit Analyst We can see a video in which the performance of this demonstration is compared on each platform.
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As we see in Xbox Series X, the Halo Infinite technical test manages to stay in 4K resolution with a range of between 100 and 110 FPS, with some point drop to 90 FPS. The target frame rate will be 120 FPS at all times. In Xbox Series S, having a ceiling resolution of 1080p, the frame rate is constant at 30 FPS; Meanwhile in Xbox One X Yes, a 4K resolution is reached, but with 30 FPS and some occasional drop. Finally, Xbox One standard maintains 1080p resolution at 30 FPS. We do not know if the idea of implementing dynamic 4K is contemplated to increase the frame rate even more in the next generation consoles.
- Xbox One: resolución 1080p a 30 FPS
- Xbox One X: 2160p resolution at 30 FPS
- Xbox Series S: 1080p resolution at 120 FPS
- Xbox Series X: 2160p resolution at 120 FPS
We remember that the Halo Infinite campaign has been unintentionally leaked through the internet. 343 warns of possible narrative spoilers of the same and asks the community not to compare these contents.
Halo Infinite will arrive in late 2021; since launch on Xbox Game Pass
Halo Infinite will launch in late 2021 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC; available from day one on Xbox Game Pass and with its free multiplayer mode. 343 Industries has no doubt that the game will arrive in time for the holiday season. The reason they haven’t given a release date yet is for a strategic issue; they don’t want to meet other big competitors at the same time of the season.
Source | The Bit Analyst