Life is Strange: Remastered lastly will get its 60 FPS patch on PS5, coming quickly to Xbox

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Life is Strange: Remastered launched earlier this yr on PC and last-gen consoles. Current-gen console homeowners had been disenchanted by the shortage of PS5 and Series X/S help, however excellent news got here when a 60 FPS patch was introduced in February. If you’ve been ready to start out Life is Strange: Remastered on a current-gen console, at the moment could be the proper day offered you’re on PlayStation.

The promised 60 FPS patch is offered at once on PlayStation 5, with the Xbox Series X patch coming quickly. Details weren’t offered relating to whether or not the elective 60 FPS mode operates on the similar decision because the earlier 30 FPS cap. It is price noting that this update doesn’t remodel the bundle right into a native software. Life is Strange: Remastered continues to be operating underneath a backwards compatibility layer.

Just as with the unique Twitter thread saying the patch, the Xbox Series S was not namedropped in at the moment’s announcement. We are nonetheless an Xbox Series X solely enhancement on the Microsoft facet. This isn’t too shocking contemplating the shortage of correct current-generation help.

We have already seen loads of native current-gen video games starting from Halo Infinite’s marketing campaign to Borderlands: Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands with completely different framerate targets and lacking modes on the Series S. With the extra limitations of operating underneath backwards compatibility, the {hardware} discrepancy between the Series X and Series S possible made a 60 FPS mode tougher to implement on Microsoft’s entry-level machine.

Patches for Ultrawide help on PC, 60FPS mode on PS5 and fixes for cases of crashing on Stadia can be found now. We can have additional updates for 60FPS mode on XSX quickly.

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