For those of you who’ll be playing Halo Infinite on anything other than an Xbox Series X/S (or PC), it seems the game doesn’t run so well on last-gen Xbox hardware, including the Xbox One X and Xbox One S.
The report comes from Digital Foundry, with a recent Halo Infinite video from the popular YouTube channel covering the game’s first technical beta. While the findings were incredibly positive on Xbox Series X/S, where Halo Infinite managed to meet and maintain a 60fps performance, tests on Xbox One consoles were a bit more dour.
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