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Yakuza Like a Dragon on Xbox Series S will feature 900p and 60fps performance mode

With the western release of Yakuza: Like a Dragon just around the corner, coinciding with the premiere of the new generation, this week has given us the first impressions of the game in the international media. As a result of them, we learned that the new Yakuza will have three performance modes on Xbox Series X, but in the most affordable version of the console, Xbox Series S, it will also have two different modes, of which we now know their resolution and performance.

In an official Sega broadcast on Twitch, shared by WCCFTech, the Japanese company has confirmed the performance of Yakuza: Like a Dragon in Series S, with two execution modes. On the one hand, the game will have a resolution mode that, as its name suggests, will give priority to image quality operating at 1440p and 30 fps. This is the “target” resolution of Series S, so it was to be expected that it would stick around it.

For its part, the performance mode will pleasantly reduce the resolution to increase the frame rate, at the cost of not reaching the 1080p standard. As the company explains, Yakuza: Like a Dragon will work in this mode at 900p resolution and 60 fps. A considerable exchange, in order to increase the fluidity of the image, in this Yakuza that goes from the action beat ’em up to the JRPG in turns.

Recently, we got to know the gameplay of Yakuza: Like a Dragon thanks to an extensive 15-minute gameplay in Series X, and a trailer focused on the crazy side activities of the title has also been published. But, as we wait for its launch, we remind you that in 3DJuegos we already have a new generation Xbox, and we will tell you what we are looking for in these complete impressions of Xbox Series X.

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