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While most games simply “arrive” on Xbox One’s backward compatibility, the most recent addition?Call of Duty 2?was delivered with a significant framerate boost.

Discovered by Digital FoundryCall of Duty 2 runs significantly better on the Xbox One than the console it was built for, the Xbox 360. According to the site, on the previous-generation console Call of Duty 2 would often drop to 40 FPS during intense action like explosions, particle effects, or multiple characters. In some cutscenes, rates as low as 30 FPS were even reported. However, when running on Xbox One, the title appears to perform very well, holding much closer to a desirable 60 FPS.

Have you noticed the upgrade on Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below!

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Source: Digital Foundry on YouTube


About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded

Call of Duty 2’s backward compatibility surprise

We were not expecting this from a backward compatible game.

By Matt Buchholtz | 08/25/2016 01:30 PM PT

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While most games simply “arrive” on Xbox One’s backward compatibility, the most recent addition?Call of Duty 2?was delivered with a significant framerate boost.

Discovered by Digital FoundryCall of Duty 2 runs significantly better on the Xbox One than the console it was built for, the Xbox 360. According to the site, on the previous-generation console Call of Duty 2 would often drop to 40 FPS during intense action like explosions, particle effects, or multiple characters. In some cutscenes, rates as low as 30 FPS were even reported. However, when running on Xbox One, the title appears to perform very well, holding much closer to a desirable 60 FPS.

Have you noticed the upgrade on Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below!

Read More

Source: Digital Foundry on YouTube



About Matt Buchholtz

view all posts

Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded