With the release of Xbox Series X less than a month away, first impressions of its launch games begin to be published, with titles like Yakuza: Like a Dragon. The next installment of the Sega franchise will arrive in the West on November 10 and will be available on the next-generation Xbox consoles. With the first progress of the game in international media, it has released the new Yakuza will feature three different performance modes X Series.
The information comes from GameSpot, US media has had the opportunity to carry out some impressions of the game on Xbox X Series. In them, they comment: “When running the game in Series X, you will have three performance options: high resolution, high frame rate and normal. High resolution [mode] appears to render at true 4K for the best image quality. although the game seems to go around 30 fps. “
“The high frame rate mode reduces the resolution to operate at much higher rates, although the decrease in graphic quality is very noticeable.” While they don’t specify the fps achieved by this mode, they later point out that normal mode operates at a solid 60 fps, which seems to hint that the older mode would operate above that figure . Something that they also mention in Microsoft Store, where they point out that the game will be able to go at more than 60 fps.
Although the mode that has convinced GameSpot the most is the ‘normal’ mode, a combination of good graphic quality with those long-awaited 60 fps: “I put the graphics in normal mode, and the game seemed to maintain a consistent 60 fps both in combat as in exploration, without sacrificing much visual detail. It seemed to be the best option since it offers more fluid gameplay than in previous installments that use the same engine “, they conclude in the middle.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon will be available in the West on November 10 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, PS4, and PC, with Smart Delivery on Xbox. For its part, the PS5 version will be available in March 2021 as a free update, although without the possibility of transferring saved games to PlayStation.