Halo Master Chief Collection adds 120FPS support on Xbox Series S & X

Halo The Master Chief Collection will add support for 120FPS (frames-per-second) on Xbox Series & X a week after the launch of the next-gen consoles.

The next-gen iteration of the popular Halo bundle will be available from 17 November, also part of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass subscription service on both PC and console. The Xbox Series S & X iterations include split-screen “improvements” — though those aren’t detailed — alongside up to 4K resolution on Series X and 120FPS in campaign and multiplayer on both next-gen consoles. It’s unclear what resolution will be offered when 120FPS mode is turned on.

The Xbox Series S & X head to store shelves on 10 November. Halo The Master Chief Collection will be playable on that same day via backwards compatibility before its Series S & X version follows on 17 November.

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