A few hours ago, we heard that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will run at 30 FPS on Xbox Series X. Microsoft also revealed the FPS/Resolution and Ray Tracing status for some of its upcoming games. These include Destiny 2, Halo Infinite and Cyberpunk 2077.

Here are the confirmed games, along their status.

Resolution60 FPS120 FPSRay Tracing
The Ascent4K60 FPS
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla4K
Bright Memory: Infinite4K60 FPSRay Tracing
Call of the Sea4K60 FPS
Chorvs4K60 FPSRay Tracing
Cyberpunk 20774K
Destiny 24K
Dirt 54K60 FPS120 FPS
Gears 54K60 FPS120 FPSRay Tracing
Halo Infinite4K60 FPSRay Tracing
Madden NFL 214K60 FPS
The Medium4KRay Tracing
Ori and the Will of the Wisps4K60 FPS120 FPS
Orphan of the Machine4K60 FPS120 FPS
Scarlet Nexus4K60 FPS
Scorn4K60 FPS
Second Extinction4K60 FPS120 FPS
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 24K
Yakuza: Like a Dragon4K

These games look very well optimised to be honest. I cant wait to play Gears 5 on 120 FPS at 4K. Not to forget, it’ll also have Ray Tracing so that is perfect trio. This list is for Xbox Series X only, so do not confuse it with PlayStation 5.

The Xbox Series X features much better specs than its rival PlayStation 5. However, many developers claim that PS5 SSD is game-changing for developers and buyers. Crytek and Former Halo developer shared their thoughts saying that PS5 SSD will make a huge difference.

Well the tables turned yesterday, when we heard from a former PlayStation developer, that Xbox Series X is a total beast comparing PS5.

“PS5 is not a bad console, it’s an absolute beast of a piece of hardware, but it’s just a piece of hardware which is slower on numerous kind of paths than what Microsoft has put together”.

We look forward to both Consoles being released this year. Sony & Microsoft reported that their consoles won’t be delayed despite the Coronavirus. Sony said that their factories in China are back, and they are working full-fledged.

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