Call of Duty Vanguard Has a 120 FPS Bug On XSX and PS5; Here’s a Potential Fix
Call of Duty Vanguard is another game in the series that has launched with 120 FPS support on PS5 and XSX, but you need to be wary of this bug.
A new technical analysis of the PS5 and Xbox Series versions takes a look at the 120 FPS mode in Call of Duty Vanguard. It is a fantastic mode if you have a display that supports it, but you also need to resolve an issue with this mode before taking advantage of the better performance.
Our friends at VGTech have confirmed that if you just turn the 120 FPS mode in Call of Duty Vanguard, you might experience worse performance. The solution to this problem is to go into in-game with the mode enabled, turn it off, and then turn it back on. This should solve the problem and offer you a smoother 120 FPS experience.
Well, the stats regarding the 120 FPS implementation are pretty good so far. You get a frame rate that is above 100 FPS on average and drops down to roughly 104 FPS at the minimum during this stress test. This shows promise for this mode if you want to play multiplayer matches with it.
What is impressive though is that despite the 120 FPS mode, you still get a higher resolution which means the game doesn’t lose much of its crisper. You get a much faster response time with a lot better image quality, and honestly speaking, we don’t see games support such modes normally.
If you want a comparison between the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions then it has already been covered as well. We have also covered a comparison for the PS4 and PS5 versions for your viewing pleasure. You can also take a look at the trophy/achievement guide, or read the full review for the game.