Halo Infinite Xbox One vs. Xbox Series Campaign Comparison: Is The Upgrade Worth It?
Halo Infinite campaign has been released on the Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC from December 8. Should you upgrade from Xbox One to Xbox Series for Halo Infinite?
We reported earlier that Halo Infinite loses 120 FPS on the Xbox Series S, and it is also a downgrade in resolution for the Series S compared to the Xbox One X. You get either a quality mode at 1080p and 30 FPS on the Series S, or a performance mode at 1080p at 60 FPS. In a new technical analysis, we take a look at the campaign as well.
On the other hand, you get a quality mode with a temporal dynamic 4K resolution at 30 FPS on the Xbox One X and a temporal dynamic 1440p resolution at 60 FPS. This is a better resolution for the One X than the Series S.
On the other hand, you get better visual quality on the Series S that is closer to the Xbox Series X. Things like vegetation, texture quality, and post-processing effects render at a higher quality on the Xbox Series S and X. They are not as impressive on the One X or the Xbox One.
The most important factor for a first-person shooter is the frame rate, and in this case, Xbox Series X is a clear choice here. It supports 120 FPS in its performance mode. If you have a VRR supported display, you can take advantage of this mode and get a superior gameplay experience.
While you are here, take a look at the campaign length for Halo Infinite. Find out if the game’s missions are replayable, and check out a comparison of the multiplayer between the different platforms.