In the course of the gameplay reveal of Destiny 2, Bungie has confirmed that the console version of its new shooter will have a frame rate locked at 30 fps, but it seems that this will change with the arrival of the new home console of Microsoft: Xbox Scorpio.
According to reports after the recent presentation of Bungie, Destiny 2 has the frame rate locked at 30 frames per second on consoles, while the PC version will not have this limitation, but this may not apply to Xbox Project Scorpio.
ICXM records the words of the project lead David Shaw, who said he could not yet speak of Destiny 2 on Xbox One, and in particular the Xbox Project Scorpio and the benefits that this could have on the standard console, until the press conference of Microsoft at E3 2017.
As stated in the headline of ICXM, Bungie said it could not provide information for the Xbox Scorpio version before the presentation of Microsoft at E3 2017. On this occasion they will be provide further information regarding the quality of Destiny 2 on the new mid-gen console of the Redmond company. Beyond that, the well-known commercial agreements between Activision and Bungie with Sony could not be disclosed, the conference of Xbox could reserve room for the new MMO shooter.
Destiny 2 will be released on September 8 on PS4 and Xbox One, while the PC version will come at a later time and it has been officially ruled out the version for Nintendo Switch.
The same Bungie has recently declared that not even the power of PlayStation 4 Pro allows the title of Destiny to run at 60 fps; So do you think Xbox Scorpio can succeed? Let us know in the comments below.