Microsoft has developed the FPS Boost feature on its Xbox Series X / S. This allows you to significantly increase the framerate of certain games and ultimately make your games smoother. Discover in this article the list of the 97 titles compatible with the FPS Boost.
The FPS Boost is starting to become widespread on the games available on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. But what does this feature developed by Microsoft consist of? Concretely, it quite simply makes it possible to increase the number of images per second of a compatible game. Which can go to 60, or even 120 FPS. Enough to greatly improve the video game sessions of users, who benefit from a increased fluidity and more immersive gameplay.
Note, however, that FPS Boost sometimes involves lowering the resolution to ensure it works properly. On some titles, it is not activated by default for the Xbox Series X. We can notably mention Anthem, Assassin’s Creed III Remastered, Battlefield V or Fallout 4. To activate it, simply access the thumbnail your games then follow the following path: Menu> Manage game and add-ons> Compatibility options> FPS Boost.
Also make sure you have downloaded the latest update. available on your console in order to benefit from the FPS Boost. And to be able to activate or deactivate the functionality from the menu.
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FPS Boost: the list of the 97 compatible Xbox Series games
These details made, here is the list of the 97 games that work with FPS Boost. Note that many of them are part of Xbox Game Pass and EA Play. The FPS Boost feature is also not available on Xbox Series S for the following games: Anthem, Battlefield 1, Battlefield V, Gears of War 4, Hyperscape, Dead Island Definitive Edition, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, DiRT 4, Dying Light, LEGO Worlds, Life is Strange 2, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Shadow Warrior 2, STAR WARS Battlefront II, Titanfall.
What illustrates the limits of the low-cost console from Microsoft in terms of performance compared to its big sister, the Xbox Series X.