The next-gen upgrades for three Resident Evil games are available now, but you might be wondering - how do you turn on the High Frame Rate Mode in the menu for Resident Evil 2, 3 and 7 on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S (and PS5)?
How To Enable 'High Frame Rate Mode' In Resident Evil 2, 3 & 7
To access High Frame Rate Mode in Resident Evil, you first need to make sure you turn off Ray Tracing. Resident Evil 2, 3 and 7 don't support Ray Tracing in High Frame Rate Mode whatsoever.
Secondly, and most importantly, you need to ensure you're using a TV or monitor that supports 120fps (and seemingly VRR) in order to benefit from High Frame Rate Mode. Although this hasn't been confirmed officially, it seems High Frame Rate Mode unlocks the FPS, allowing the game to run above 60 frames for supported displays.
What Is 'High Frame Rate Mode' In Resident Evil 2, 3 & 7?
High Frame Rate Mode appears to unlock the FPS so that you can play at up to 120 frames per-second. In order to benefit the most from this, you'll require a VRR supported display, as reportedly the framerate is highly variable in High Frame Rate Mode and therefore VRR is required in order to smoothen it out and make it properly playable.
To sum up, if you want to use High Frame Rate Mode in Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 or Resident Evil 7 on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, you're going to require a TV or monitor that supports up to 120 frames per-second and ideally VRR, otherwise you may find that the option is totally greyed out and unable to be selected.
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