It was a little bit of a surprise when Fortnite released for Xbox Series X|S last month without a dedicated 120 frames per-second option, but now it's officially been added to the game's Battle Royale and Creative modes.
For displays that support it, you can enter the Fortnite Video settings and toggle on “120 FPS Mode", with the game running at 1440p on Xbox Series X and 1080p on Xbox Series S at a "consistent" frame rate.
"[On Xbox Series X], Shadow settings, postprocessing, and streaming distances are slightly reduced, but volumetric clouds, physical rim lighting, and high-quality shaders remain enabled."
"In 120 FPS Mode on Xbox Series S, shadow resolution and other settings are reduced and volumetric clouds are disabled."
Additionally, there's another boost with the latest Fortnite update for Xbox Series S players who don't use the 120FPS mode, as the maximum resolution outside of this has been upgraded from 1080p to 1200p across all game modes.
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