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Xbox Series X | S: 70 new titles support FPS Boost



Xbox Series X | S: 70 new titles support FPS Boost


Microsoft has announced that more than 70 titles will receive FPS Boost on Xbox Series X | S. This feature allows you to increase the frame rate and improve performance, almost doubling the frame rate on backward compatible titles. The FPS Boost will be active on many popular games such as DiRT 4, Wasteland 3 And Watch Dogs.

Xbox Series X | S many new games with FPS Boost

The week of Xbox Series X | S begins with a bang, thanks to the improvement of the framerate to dozens of games backward compatible with the next gen console from Microsoft. This update had already been widely anticipated by journalist Tom Warren, but the amount of titles that now support the FPS Boost feature is truly impressive.

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The new update, in fact, allows you to play 120 fps to 74 new backward compatible titles with the new Microsoft flagship, bringing the total number of games that support the FPS Boost function to 97. We invite you to take a look at the official website to find out the complete list.

Among the noteworthy new entries, however, we cannot fail to mention, Watch Dogs, Alien IsolationDiRT 4, Wasteland 3, Yakuza 6, Dying Light and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

FPS Boostpresented last February, is a tool that allows developers to adapt their games to make them perform at their best on Xbox Series X and S, increasing the frame rate exponentiallyas the name suggests.

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It is very likely that the list of games that can support this feature is set to grow further over the next few months. However it is certainly no secret that the Redmond giant is focusing heavily on its catalog of backwards compatible gamesdoing all the necessary tests to make even the old glories fully usable.

We just have to wait to find out which other games will benefit from this feature in the future.