FPS Boost is available for five Bethesda titles on Xbox Series X | S.
Microsoft recently announced, through a dedicated blog on the Xbox Wire site, that the FPS Boost mode will be enabled on Xbox Series X And Series S for five titles from Bethesda. These five video games are currently available with Xbox Game Pass. Let’s find out all the details together.
FPS Boost available on five Bethesda games
Microsoft has announced that the FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S for five titles by Bethesdawhich you can find onXbox Game Pass. The games that can boast this function are the following:
- Dishonored: Definitive Edition
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
- Fallout 4
- Fallout 76
To use the FPS Boost and then do increase the framerate from 30 to 60 FPSyou need to make sure that the console has received the latest updates. It is also necessary that the function in “Compatibility options” has been activated, which you can find in the “Manage game” section.
Microsoft wanted to point out that in some cases, as there are higher graphics requirements to enable FPS Boost technology, they had to reduce the resolution of a game to make sure it worked smoothly. In these specific cases involving titles like Fallout 4 and Fallout 76, the it is not automatically enabled for gamers. For all titles receiving this update, players will know exactly if a title is performing the FPS Boost feature.
This functionality employs a variety of new methods to enable the original framerate to double on selected titles. Having higher and more constant framerates means having games visually smootherwith more engaging and intriguing gameplay.
Microsoft has worked closely with the developers to improve the experience, while maintaining the original intent of the game. At the moment this feature is only available on these five chosen titles but Microsoft has revealed that over the next few weeks they will other titles announced that will be implemented with the FPS Boost. For more information, you can check out the post on Xbox Wire.