Update: Forza Horizon 5 creative director Mike Brown has confirmed that the game's performance mode will still run at 4K, 60fps on Xbox Series X, while the Xbox Series S version will be limited to 1080p at 30fps.
Original story: The highly-anticipated Forza Horizon 5 officially got its reveal at Xbox and Bethesda's E3 2021 Showcase yesterday, arriving November 9 on Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Series X and S owners will benefit from two different performance options when playing the game.
As revealed over at the official website, Forza Horizon 5 will run at 4K, 30fps as standard on Xbox Series X (1080p, 30fps on Xbox Series S), but you'll also have the option to race at 60 frames per-second if you'd prefer.
"You can also expect powerful, all-new graphical features like HDR captures of the vibrant Mexican sky, sweeping vistas, and an unparalleled attention to detail. Available in 4K 30 FPS on the Xbox Series X (1080p 30 FPS on Xbox Series S) with an optional 60 FPS performance mode, and ray tracing added to cars in Forzavista, you will be immersed in the open world of Horizon like never before."
There's no word that we've seen as of yet to suggest how the Xbox One S and Xbox One X versions of Forza Horizon 5 will run, but we're assuming we're looking at 30 frames per-second for those console versions.
You can pre-order and "pre-install" Forza Horizon 5 now on the Microsoft Store, and here are some screenshots:
Happy with these performance options? Will you be going 30fps or 60fps? Tell us down in the comments.
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