Saints Row is available across many platforms with last generation consoles Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the current generation of consoles with Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, PC via the Epic Games Store, and in the cloud with Google Stadia. Sometimes studios will cater to old systems and neglect the current consoles to have similar feature parity. So, here is what you need to know if Saints Row is PS5 & Xbox Series X|S Enhanced.
Is Saints Row PS5 & Xbox Series X|S Enhanced? Answered
The answer is, yes, Saints Row is enhanced for the current console generation of Xbox Series X|S and PS5. That means there are multiple graphics options to choose from whether you prefer more visual fidelity or a higher framerate when it comes to gameplay.
For example, the Xbox Series X has five display options:
- 1080p Max Framerate
- 1080p Ultra Quality
- 1440p High Framerate
- 1440p High Quality
- 2160p UHD/4K
All options have settings that can be toggled with camera shake and motion blur, while 1080p Ultra Quality and 1440p High Quality have the additional setting to turn Raytraced Ambient Occlusion on and off.
These options can be found in the Start menu under Options, then selecting Display. The Graphics Quality Preset can be changed at any time, so switch it around to see which one feels the best to play under.
That is all you need to know if Saints Row is PS5 & Xbox Series X|S Enhanced. Follow the links listed below for helpful guides, and check back with Twinfinite for more Saints Row coverage.
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