Microsoft Store adds '60 fps+' badge for supported Xbox Series X|S games

The focus of Microsoft's next-generation consoles appears to be higher frame rates, in addition to ray tracing and overall performance improvements. To that effect, the company has introduced a new badge on the Microsoft Store that notifies gamers of the supported frame rates for games. This morning, we noticed that the Yakuza: Like a Dragon Store listing included a '60 fps+' tag to denote the frame rates for the game on Xbox Series X|S, along with tags such as 'Smart Delivery' and '4K Ultra HD'.

The company is aiming for 4K 120 FPS for the Xbox Series X, and this means that the title will feature a 60 FPS mode, but it could go higher. You can take a look at the console's specifications that feature a strong CPU and GPU to deliver this level of performance.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is an upcoming third-person action game from Sega, and it was recently moved up to November 10 from November 13 to coincide with the Xbox Series X|S launch. Instead of focusing on the infamous Kazuma Kiryu, Yakuza: Like a Dragon follows the story of Ichiban Kasuga, a low-ranking grunt of a low-ranking family in Tokyo. Taking cues from the past Yakuza games, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a lengthy role-playing experience that features dynamic combat, unique jobs, odd mini-games, and much more.

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