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Xbox exclusive gets 120fps update after game ran better on PS5

Xbox exclusive gets 120fps update after game ran better on PS5

Former Xbox exclusive Pentiment has finally added a 120fps mode after previously running better on PS5.

Xbox recently announced the decision to begin shipping a select number of its exclusive titles to other platforms, including PlayStation.

Starfield was not included in that line-up, disproving a rumour that suggested it would be. Instead, Hi-Fi Rush, Sea of Thieves, Grounded, and Pentiment are the four titles that will soon, or have already, landed on other platforms.

Pentiment has already made the jump, landing on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on 22 February.

Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, Pentiment is an adventure RPG that launched back in 2022.

Played from a 2D perspective, it sees players assume the role of Andreas Maler, an artist who becomes embroiled in a series of murder mysteries in Upper Bavaria.

Over on Metacritic, it boasts a very respectable score of 86 - and I know for a fact there are a good few Pentiment fans here on the GAMINGbible team.

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Back when Pentiment landed on PlayStation, it caused a bit of a ruckus after players noticed that the game was able to run at 120fps.

To compare, its Xbox counterpart was limited to just 60fps.

You can see why Xbox players might’ve felt a bit shortchanged but the game’s director was quick to dismiss this as a bug.

“120fps will be enabled for Xbox in the next patch. It being disabled is just a bug,” wrote Obsidian's Josh Sawyer.

Well, the good news is that the patch in question has finally arrived. Rejoice.

The latest patch has landed enabling 120fps for Xbox Series X players, updating the game’s icon on PlayStation and Switch, updating the Platinum trophy name on PlayStation, updating PlayStation controller graphics, and fixing the High Contrast accessibility option not rendering properly.

In case you missed it, Hi-Fi Rush is set to land on PS5 on 19 March, Grounded will launch on PlayStation 4/5 and Nintendo Switch on 16 April, while Sea of Thieves will be playable on PS5 from 30 April.

Featured Image Credit: Martin Katler via Unsplash, Sony

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Microsoft, PlayStation, PlayStation 5