The Outer Worlds Updated On PS5 and Xbox Series To Add 60 FPS Support
The Outer Worlds has been updated ahead of the launch of the latest expansion and this patch apparently adds support for 60 FPS on current-gen consoles.
Today, a brand new update was released for The Outer Worlds that has added support for 60 FPS on the PS5 and Xbox Series consoles. The updated version is 1.07 on PS4 and this should also apply to the PS5 version as well. Just like the PS5, Xbox Series has also benefited from the new update that added support for 60 FPS.
The Outer Worlds is getting a brand new DLC later this month. The official title of this DLC is Murder on Eridanos and it will be out on March 17th.
The Outer Worlds Update 1.07 Patch Notes For PS4
- Necessary files to The Outer Worlds: Murder on Eridanos have been added.
- Save files from beyond the “point of no return” will now allow players to access the “Peril on Gorgon” and “Murder on Eridanos” DLCs.
- Fixed an issue where Nyoka’s face animations could stop updating during conversations.
- Updated the description of the “Robophobia” Flaw to be more accurate.
These patch notes don’t mention the 60 FPS addition but according to multiple users on Twitter and on Reddit, this support has been added for the PS5 and Xbox Series version only, so this could be the case.
— ArmoredFrog 🛡️🐸 (@nsarmoredfrog) March 15, 2021
With todays game update in preparation for the final Expansion 'Murder on Eridanos' (releasing March 17), The Outer World by XGS Obsidian now runs at 60 FPS on Xbox Series X (no info on Series S yet).
The Outer Worlds is available on Xbox Game Pass. pic.twitter.com/9MFIR1Ml6i
— Klobrille (@klobrille) March 15, 2021
The Outer World was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and was released for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It was later ported to the Nintendo Switch as well.