For many players, the lightest gameplay is critical to the comfort of the game, and 60 FPS is the absolute minimum. Unfortunately, in the case of consoles, not all productions work that way, even though the hardware is powerful enough. An example of this is Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Fortunately, what is social for? Two years ago, a user nicknamed Smudgey5000 changed the .ini file version of this popular Bethesda RPG for the Xbox One console. It offers a 30 FPS game limit and V-sync options. This simple change that you can find in the link below was very popular. So far, it has come out more than 72,000 times. Now, with unified compatibility, Xbox Series X and S owners can enjoy it. Unfortunately, there are some catches.
- Uncap FPS change on Bethesda.net
First of all, it is possible to lower the FPS obtained by this method from time to time, which can give an unpleasant sensation of cutting. Second, there may be some flaws in the image. Third, for example, as reported by users. Reddit, change makes it impossible to achieve. However, this mod can be avoided by starting the game and then letting it in and turning off the Smudgey5000 fan project. That way you should enjoy 60 FPS and Achievements.
Finally, it is worth noting that the changes to the Smudgey5000 work in conjunction with other changes that will increase the smoothness of operation. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim On Xbox consoles. So fans of perfect performance should have no reason to complain.
Want another trip to Skyrim?
List of changes available for this version The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim On the Xbox One and Xbox Series X / Sn, as part of early compatibility, it currently covers more than 13,000 items. You can see them all there this place.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim official website
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim game guides
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