There are now 97 Xbox One games that assist the Xbox Series X’s FPS Boost characteristic, Microsoft introduced as we speak, with a batch of round 70 titles including the choice after a dozen joined the membership per week in the past. The characteristic will increase the framerate of some Xbox One games to 60 or 120 frames per second on the newer console.
Xbox’s Major Nelson noted on Twitter that most of the games are included in an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, both as a part of the Game Pass’ library or the EA Play assortment (out there to Ultimate-level subscribers).
The titles added on Monday embody a full run of Traveller’s Tales’ Lego diversifications for the Xbox One, the 2017 rally sim Dirt 4, Alien Isolation, remasters of Assassin’s Creed 3 and Assassin’s Creed Rogue, plus the three remasters in Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection (that are Assassin’s Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations).
FPS Boost will increase the body fee to 60 or 120 frames per second for all however two titles on Xbox Series X; Steep and MotoGP 20 do not need FPS Boost on that console, however do get FPS Boost assist to 60 fps on Xbox Series S.
Microsoft notes that some games should cut back their resolutions with the intention to obtain larger body fee efficiency. In such instances, FPS Boost for these games is off by default. Currently, 20 of the 97 games are affected, together with Fallout 4 and 76, Far Cry 5 and New Dawn, Star Wars Battlefront 2 and The Evil Within 2.
To make certain you might have the characteristic toggled on (or off), this video exhibits the place that setting lives within the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S’s menu.
FPS Boost rolled out in February with 5 titles initially supported. Microsoft had been touting the characteristic way back to May 2020 within the early advertising and marketing rollout for Xbox Series X’s backward compatibility.