Is Outriders PS5 and Xbox Series X Enhanced? Answered

Is Outriders PS5 and Xbox Series X Enhanced? Answered

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Outriders is an interesting entry in the looter shooter genre for a few reasons, not least of which being that it’s one of the first to appear on the latest generation of consoles. The game is also available on last-gen consoles though, and given that fact, you wouldn’t be blamed for wondering: Is Outriders PS5 and Xbox Series X enhanced?

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We found ourselves asking the same question, and after doing some digging, we’ve found an answer.

Is Outriders PS5 and Xbox Series X Enhanced? Answered

As it currently stands, yes, Outriders is PS5 and Xbox Series X enhanced.

While playing the game in the latest generation of consoles, you’ll enjoy a host of benefits related to performance and graphical fidelity. The game will load faster, won’t suffer from issues like pop-in as frequently, and should run at a buttery-smooth 60 FPS without issue.

This can be a huge upside to any play session of Outriders, as smooth performance is key to getting the most out of its online multiplayer components. Knowing you’re experiencing every moment as fast and as clearly as possible will help to keep you better immersed in every firefight the game throws at you.

These benefits apply equally to both the PS5 and Xbox Series X, too. Neither runs the game noticeably better than the other, meaning you’ll be able to enjoy the optimal version of the game without worrying about whether the game would be better on one console over the other.

That’s all there is to it, really. It’s a nice perk for those who have snagged the snazzy new consoles, and one that should be taken advantage of if possible.

Hopefully, this cleared up whether or not Outriders is PS5 and Xbox Series X enhanced. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. It has plenty of other helpful guides on topics like how to customize vehicle parts and how to change your outfit.

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Keenan has been a nerd from an early age, watching anime and playing games for as long as I can remember. Since obtaining a bachelor's degree in journalism back in 2017, he has written thousands of articles covering gaming, animation, and entertainment topics galore.