Earlier today, Minecraft Dungeons began releasing the Flames of the Nether expansion and update. Alongside the substantial changes in Flames of the Nether, Mojang Studios has also officially made Minecraft Dungeons an Xbox Series X|S Optimized title. That’s right, Minecraft Dungeons will now look and play best on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S!
According to Mojang Studios, Minecraft Dungeons will now play at up to 4K resolution and 120fps on the Xbox Series X, while the smaller Xbox Series S will be able to play at up to 1440p resolution and 60fps. These numbers are variable, so Minecraft Dungeons can preserve performance when playing in local co-op, etcetera.
There may be other enhancements to Minecraft Dungeons’ visuals, but they’re not listed in the Flames of the Nether changelog. Minecraft Dungeons was already benefiting from the lightning-fast SSD in the Xbox Series X|S through backward compatibility, and took advantage of Xbox’s innovative Auto HDR feature to increase dynamic range on-screen.
If you’re interested, you can also check out the full changelog for Minecraft Dungeons’ Flames of the Nether update.
You can install the free portion of the Flames of the Nether update right now on your Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC, or Switch. Minecraft Dungeons is also available through Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming (Project xCloud). If you want to get the most out of Minecraft Dungeons and Flames of the Nether, consider picking up the Minecraft Dungeons Season Pass, which includes the Howling Peaks expansion, the newly released Flames of the Nether expansion, and the next two DLCs for Minecraft Dungeons.
Now that Minecraft Dungeons is Xbox Series X|S Optimized, it could really benefit from one of the Best 4K TVs for Xbox Series X|S, many of which support that desirable 120fps.
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