Final Fantasy XV will support HDR graphics on Xbox One S
We have a very good piece of news for all the Final Fantasy 15 fans owning an Xbox One S. Square Enix confirmed that the game will support HDR graphics on this console model.
The news was recently announced on the game’s official Twitter page. Square Enix didn’t offer additional details about this feature.
Actually, this piece of news comes at the right moment taking into account the overall graphics quality of the game on the Xbox One S. As a quick reminder, many Xbox One S owners are complaining that Final Fantasy 15 suffers from horrible graphics.
FFXV blurry graphics
The Xbox One S console is a powerful gaming console, but somehow it seems that FFXV is too much to handle. Xbox One S owners report that Final Fantasy 15 is plagued by blurry images and screen tearing no matter what settings they use.
What’s even more annoying is that the game’s graphics quality is better on the PS4. Naturally, Xbox One S owners concluded that FFXV suffers from poor optimization on their console model and asked Square Enix to roll out an update to address this issue.
The company reacted by confirming that FFXV will support HDR on the Xbox One S. However, this doesn’t answer the main question. Fans still don’t know if a patch is in the works to fix the blurriness issues.
As a result, they took advantage of Square Enix’s tweet to ask if an update is coming to fix the blurry graphics. Square Enix hasn’t yet replied to these tweets.
If we hear anything about an upcoming patch for the annoying FFXV blurry graphics issue, we’ll update this article as soon as possible.
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