Framerate locking fixes for Windows 10 UWP-based games are coming 'later this year'
Microsoft is slowly releasing high-end Windows 10 games in the Windows Store that were developed under the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). However, hardcore gamers have encountered issues with those titles, like Gears of War: Ultimate Edtion. Microsoft says fixes are in the works that will be released later this year.
As VentureBeat reports, players of UWP-based games cannot currently turn off v-sync, the feature that locks the framerate of a game to the refresh rate of a monitor. This can cause stuttering issues with some games.
Xbox product manager Jason Ronald stated:
We will likely hear more about Microsoft's plans for UWP games on both Windows 10 and the Xbox One next week at its Build 2016 developer conference.
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