Console players will soon have the option to run Fortnite at 60 frames per second.

The new framerate mode is coming later this month, and will be available on PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, and Xbox One X.

According to developer Epic Games, the mode is tuned for each console to maximize frame rate while minimizing loss of visual quality.

In a large update, Epic detailed a number of other changes coming to its wildly popular battle royale title that also happens to feature a PvE mode.

The company acknowledged that the game's last client, v2.3.0, shipped with significant bugs, and that its backend services have been struggling under load the last several weeks.

"We don’t consider either acceptable," said Epic.

"We have changed our release plans & processes to help improve quality of client builds, and scrambled people to make traction on backend scalability by any means possible."

Epic said it has been working on a dozen or so Limited Time Modes, including a Blitz Mode that will result in shorter matches, and a second version of its 50v50 mode.

You can read about all that and more over on the Epic Games blog.

Since its battle royale mode launched last year, Fortnite has gone from strength to strength – at the expense of Epic's MOBA Paragon. Last weekend, Fortnite hit 3.4 million concurrent users across all platforms.