No 4K and Xbox One fixed is struggling.
You do not have to stop giving "Legends Legends" a chance if you love the Royal Battle Enemy, it is without a reason that the director of Entertainment Repawn can report to Twitter that the newcomer has collected ten million players under 72 hours.
Performance or resolution?
The game is totally free on all platforms, but if it's a console you are considering purchasing for "Apex Legends" then you might want to be aware of how different consoles deal with game graphics and performance.
site Digital Casting Did a thorough check to find out which console is faced with the best game which potentially keeps close to 60 frames per second as possible – the result can be particularly valuable for those who evaluate performance over a resolution.
One of the first things is explained that none of the consoles do not run the game in 4K the right decision, but the decision is characterized by being quite adaptable. In PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, the game runs between 1080p and 1440p, but it is pointed out that Xbox One X does not dip up to 1080p as frequently as the PS4 Pro. For the standard PlayStation 4 and Xbox One S, the resolution varies from 720p / 1080p to 648p / 720p, respectively.
Regular Xbox One is struggling
For many, the number of images per second may be overwhelming, and here perhaps a little interesting arises. All the consoles are constantly tuned up to 60 frames per second, but on the standard PS4, the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X is found to fall on 50 rare time when there are many elements in the picture.
The Xbox One X seems a bit more stable on this front, but it's only when you look at the Xbox One fixed that the biggest differences occur: it may be sinking to 40's as well as cutting some violently under some sequences.
"Apex Legends" is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.