Earlier this year, YouTube announced plans to support videos running at 60 frames-per-second—plans that would make a huge difference for footage of video games. Today, the video network has finally started rolling out the new service, and you can already tell that this is going to be wonderful.


You need Google Chrome to watch YouTube videos at 60FPS, and you need to watch them in HD, but my god, they look goddamn phenomenal. I mean, look at the Mario Kart 8 video above. (Make sure you set it to 720p or 1080p first.) Look how smooth that is.

Here's a Skyrim glitch video, also running at 60FPS, sent to us by reader Jimmie:

The future is now.