Fortnite has always been at the top ever since it came out primarily because of its cross-platform support. Previously, Epic Games launched updates granting support for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers on IOS devices. There was limited functionality, and key mappings like thumbstick buttons received no inputs. This has now changed as the new update grants for more controls closer to how it is on consoles.
The latest update will also allow iOS devices to push higher framerates, which will push players into being more competitive. This is more useful for iPad Pro users as its ProMotion Displays, which have a 120 Hz refresh rate. The higher refresh rate will take full advantage of the higher frame rates.
The game will be able to push 120 fps, which is insane for a portable device. The support for more key bindings on the console controllers will help gamers switch between different platforms more easily.
Even though the iPad Pro’s graphics processing power is outstanding, it’s hard to imagine it running at stable 120fps. Higher quality generally means more processing power, so it takes a higher toll on its chip.
Fortnite Works with: iPhone SE, 6S, 7, 8, X, Xs, Xs Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max; iPad Mini 4, Air 2, 2017, Pro. Fortnite DOES NOT support: iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus; iPad Air, Mini 2, Mini 3, iPod Touch.
Players would have to choose between higher graphics or fluid gameplay. It’s an undisputed fact that being able to play at 120 fps rather than at 60 fps will give players an extreme advantage over other players. It all comes down to personal preference.
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