Fortnite has received another update this week, adding further improvements to the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of the game. The new update adds 120 FPS support for both the Battle Royale and Creative modes of the game, which can be enabled from the Video Settings.
Of course, you will need a TV or monitor capable of showing 120Hz to make use of the new mode. With 120 FPS enabled, the resolution of the game will be capped at 1440p rather than the usual 4K, and this will be upscaled to 4K on the PS5 as it does not natively support 1440p.
The update has also further optimised the game on Xbox Series S, so that the standard 60 FPS mode now has a maximum resolution of 1200p, up from 1080p. With 120 FPS, the resolution will be capped to 1080p.
The update also fixes a number of issues and bugs with the game. The release notes for the fixes can be found below:
Fortnite Update v15.10 Release Notes
The Fortnite official Trello board details a number of fixes for the latest update. Here is the full list of bug fixes for update v15.10:
- High sensitivity/acceleration on Xbox consoles when using keyboard and mouse.
- Multiple actions’ names are missing from the Custom Controller settings.
- “There was a problem” error when joining Fortnite Crew on PlayStation.
- Fortnite Crew button missing on PlayStation after joining.
- Incorrect message when cancelling Fortnite Crew on a different platform.
- Fortnite Crew “time remaining” timer may appear off by a day.
- Quests wrongly marked as “New.”
- Big Chuggus’ Character Collection tab lists an extra third location.
- Fishing Collection Book leaderboard and friend progress not visible.
- Widow’s Light Back Bling not visible on PC with Effects set to Low.
- Certain NPCs are granting Storm Surge credit when damaged in Arena.
- Total Bars may rarely appear as “0” in a match.
- Rebooted players may see an already completed Bounty.
- Matchmaking doesn’t start if unreadied player leaves early.
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- Husks can damage mission objectives through structures.