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Microsoft Adds FPS Boost to 74 More Games on Xbox Series X and S
"Close to 100 games support the feature now"
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A boatload of Xbox games are getting the FPS Boost treatment bringing the total number of games that support the enhanced visual feature close to 100. Players who have been looking to return to games like Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 5 and more will be able to enjoy them now at up to 60FPS. Other titles including Hollow Knight, Hyperscape and Metro 2033 Redux are being boosted to 120FPS.

It is good news all around for Xbox Series X and S gamers. Keep in mind that this feature is free and also automatically enabled without the need to update a game or install any specific patch. You just launch them. Of course, your Xbox Series X and S need to be up to date too.

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After today’s update, users will be able to enjoy some of the following games with boosted frame rate thanks to Xbox FPS Boost. These include:

  • Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection – 60fps
  • Battlefield V – 120FPS
  • Dying Light – 60fps
  • Far Cry New Dawn – 60fps
  • Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition – 120FPS
  • LEGO Worlds – 60fps
  • Metro: Last Light -120fps
  • Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition – 60fps
  • Star Wars Battlefront II – 120FPS
  • Titanfall – 120FPS
  • TItanfall 2 – 120FPS
  • Yakuza 6 – 60fps
  • Untitled Goose Game -120fps
  • + more 

 

Xbox FPS Boost is a feature employing a variety of new methods for nearly doubling the original framerate on select titles. Higher, steadier framerates make games visually smoother, resulting in more immersive gameplay. We partnered closely with developers to enhance the experience while maintaining the game’s original intent. And while not applicable to all games, these new techniques can push game engines to render more quickly for a buttery smooth experience beyond what the original game might have delivered due to the limitations of the hardware at the time.

Source: Major Nelson


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