Is It True That Apex Legends Will Support 120 Fps On Next-gen Consoles!

One of the longest-running Apex Legends community demands has been for 120 FPS support in-game on current-generation consoles.

X|S Xbox and PS5 consoles are included. Many Apex Legends fans have been wondering when EA and Respawn Entertainment, developers.

The wildly successful first-person shooter, will add support for higher refresh rates, now that Sony and Microsoft have begun to include it in newer games.

The console community would benefit greatly from the option to enable 120 frames per second (120-hertz refresh rate).

Users of personal computers can boost their frames per second (FPS) by increasing the refresh rate to a value as high as their hardware will allow.

Conversely, console gamers are not limited to a subpar display. However, because Apex Legends has fixed consoles at 60 FPS, a high refresh rate monitor is useless.

There has been no definitive word on whether or not 120 FPS will be supported in the future on current-gen consoles from either EA or Respawn Entertainment.

It appears that players of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S will be able to increase their frame rate in Apex Legends to 120.

There is currently no timeline for this to occur. By year’s end, hopefully, we’ll have seen an update from Respawn. All console players will be forced to stay at 60 FPS till then.