One of the things that many gamers try to achieve when building their own PC is achieving a frames per second (FPS) of at least 60 FPS when playing at the highest settings possible. This is because 60 FPS offers a much smoother gameplay compared to 30 FPS, which is still very much playable, but not quite as smooth.
For those who play on their iPads, you might be interested to learn that in the latest update to Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale, it looks like the game can now run on the iPad Pro at a whopping buttery smooth 120 FPS. Unfortunately, this does come at a slight compromise.
In order to achieve such high framerates, the quality of the game had to be downgraded where the settings will switch the game’s quality to a “medium” in order to hit 120 FPS. If framerates are more important compared to graphics, then this could be worth checking out. If not, then you will need to make do with a lower frames per second.
However, we should note that playing games at a higher FPS could be beneficial. Not too long ago, NVIDIA demoed how games that are played at a higher FPS could lead to better results. Of course, this won’t automatically make you a better Fortnite player, but if you’ve been struggling at lower FPS, maybe bumping it up to 120 FPS could yield some improvements.