DOOM Eternal's PS5 And Xbox Series X|S Versions Have Gone Live

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After previously announcing next-gen upgrades last August, Bethesda's just released DOOM Eternal's PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions. For existing owners on PS4 and Xbox One, that comes as a free upgrade and better yet, players can transfer existing saves to the newer consoles.

Originally launched last year on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, DOOM Eternal's seen significant updates ever since. Alongside a recent announcement of Ray Tracing and DLSS support on PC, this new launch follows the release of The Ancient Gods, a two part DLC expansion that explored what happened after the Doom Slayer's victory against the Khan Maykr


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DOOM Eternal's PS5 And Xbox Series X|S Versions Have Gone Live

With the DLC also updated for the newer platforms, players can access these new graphical enhancements in three ways: Performance Mode, Balanced Mode, and Ray Tracing Mode. On PS5, Performance uses 1584p resolution at 120 frames-per-second, Balanced chooses 60fps at 2160p, while Ray Tracing runs at 60fps with 1800p. All three support dynamic resolution scaling, too.

As for Xbox Series X, Balanced and Ray Tracing run at the same specifications, though Performance Mode hits 1800p with 120fps instead. With Series S, Performance Mode is capped at 1080p with 120 FPS, Balanced Mode hits 1440p at 60 FPS, while Ray Tracing Mode simply isn't available.