Gears 5 Xbox Series X Screenshots Look Impressive

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The Xbox Series X is just a few weeks away from launch, and new information regarding the console has started to appear online. Recently, reviewers have been sharing details on how Gears 5 looks and runs on the upcoming console, and a comparison has been shared online that shows the difference between the PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X versions of the game.

There's no denying that Gears 5 is an impressive looking game on the Xbox One and Xbox One X. However, developer The Coalition did confirm that the game will be getting a visual treatment and a next-gen upgrade for the Xbox Series X/S. To begin with, Gears 5 will be capable of running at 120 FPS in the multiplayer modes. Fans can also choose to enjoy the game at 4K resolution and 60FPS.

As the embargo on Gears 5 for Xbox Series X has been lifted, several screenshots of the game have started to appear online. Some prominent YouTubers have also taken the opportunity to screenshot the same images on Xbox One to compare it with the Xbox Series X version of the game. Here's the difference between Gears 5 on Xbox One X, PC, and Xbox Series X.

Xbox One X

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Xbox Series X

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It's quite clear that the image captured on the Xbox Series X looks a lot sharper and is more detailed than that of the Xbox One X as well as PC. This is due to Xbox Series X's ability to display better reflections and shadows. If you didn't already know, Gears 5 on Xbox Series X will feature the following:

  • Higher resolution textures
  • Improved anisotropic filtering
  • Higher-resolution volume fog
  • Higher quality depth of field
  • Extremely far draw distances with a high level of object detail
  • Shadow resolution and shadow distance
  • High-quality screen-space reflections
  • Post-processing improvements like bloom, lens flare, light shafts, etc.
  • Contact Shadows
  • Screen-Space Global Illumination
  • Higher Particle Counts
  • Real-Time Cinematics
  • 120FPS multiplayer support

Gears 5 is currently available on PC and Xbox One. The game is currently in development for Xbox Series X/S.

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