Xbox Series X FPS Boost now supports 97 games at 60 or 120 fps
There are now 97 Xbox One video games that support the Xbox Series X’s FPS Increase function, Microsoft revealed today, with a batch of around 70 titles including the alternative after a lots signed up with the club a week back. The function increases the framerate of some Xbox One video games to 60 or 120 frames per 2nd on the more recent console.
Xbox’s Significant Nelson kept in mind on Twitter that a lot of the video games are consisted of in an Xbox Video game Pass Ultimate membership, either as part of the Video game Pass’ library or the EA Play collection (readily available to Ultimate-level customers).
The titles included on Monday consist of a complete run of Visitor’s Tales’ Lego adjustments for the Xbox One, the 2017 rally sim Dirt 4, Alien Seclusion, remasters of Assassin’s Creed 3 and Assassin’s Creed Rogue, plus the 3 remasters in Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection (which are Assassin’s Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Discoveries).
FPS Increase increases the frame rate to 60 or 120 frames per second for all however 2 titles on Xbox Series X; Steep and MotoGP 20 do not have FPS Increase on that console, however do get FPS Increase assistance to 60 fps on Xbox Series S.
Microsoft notes that some video games should minimize their resolutions in order to accomplish greater frame rate efficiency. In such cases, FPS Increase for those video games is off by default. Presently, 20 of the 97 video games are impacted, consisting of Fallout 4 and 76, Far Cry 5 and New Dawn, Star Wars Battlefront 2 and The Evil Within 2.
To be sure you have the function toggled on (or off), this video reveals where that setting lives in the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S’s menu.
FPS Increase presented in February with 5 titles at first supported. Microsoft had actually been promoting the function as far back as Might 2020 in the early marketing rollout for Xbox Series X’s backwards compatibility.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.