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Red Dead Redemption on Xbox One Performs Better Than Xbox 360, No FPS Drops and Screen-Tearing
Microsoft recently confirmed that the long rumored Red Dead Redemption is now available on Xbox One via Microsoft’s Backward Compatibility program. However, in surprising news, it has also been confirmed that Red Dead Redemption performs better on Xbox One as compared to Xbox 360.
Red Dead Redemption on Xbox One
According to an analysis of the Backward Compatible version of the game, it has been revealed that the BC version manages to stay at consistent 30 Frames per Second during cut-scenes as opposed to Xbox 360 version that usually dips below 20 Frames per Second. Furthermore, there is no screen-tearing as found in Xbox 360 version.
The analysis concludes that with the sole exception of a farm shoot-out sequence during which Xbox One drops to 26 Frames per Second, it is very rare to see Red Dead Redemption face any FPS drops when compared with Xbox 360 counterpart. Despite that fact that the game has still to hit PC, it is good to see that Xbox One version of the game has gotten rid of issues on Xbox 360 version.
RD Redemption was confirmed as a Backward Compatible title earlier today with Microsoft announcing that all versions of the game i.e. Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare, and Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition are compatible on Xbox One. Moreover, the game can also be purchased directly from Games Store on Xbox One.
Released back on May. 18, 2016; RDR is now available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.