How to FPS boost on Xbox Series X consoles? Games list for Xbox boost

How to FPS boost on Xbox Series X consoles? Games list for Xbox boost
Xbox Series X boost

Microsoft already doubled the FPS boost in Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S compatibility comparing the other consoles. Also, they are releases the new consoles to the Xbox One, to the Xbox 360 original titles.

The company also debuted FPS Boost on Xbox, a new device-level function to boost the performance of rearward compatible games, with the release of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. This trickery switches the way games play and unbind titles with their previously locked framerates with no developers data or code changes. With one game targeting 30 frames per second (FPS) in Xbox One consoles, it is tweaked by FPS Boost for running on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles at 60 FPS. This is an amazing improvement for the consoles.

FPS Boost improves a quick and simple walking-through for current Xbox titles without the added production resources for a structured Xbox X|S optimized patch. It automatically enables old games to be played on new systems faster, bringing the reverse compatibility huge upgrades.

How to use FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and other versions?

Included are the official upgrades to of console of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S for the Xbox update of 2021. It is ready for the machine-level feature and coming in when you play several approved games automatically on the consoles. No game patches and no extra player effort are required to use FPS Boost.

GameFrame per Second (FPS)Enabled
Battlefield 1120 FPS (Xbox Series X)No
Battlefield 4120 FPSYes
Battlefield V120 FPS (Xbox Series X)No
Dishonored: Definitive Edition60 FPSYes
Fallout 460 FPSNo
Fallout 7660 FPSNo
Far Cry 460 FPSYes
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst120 FPS (Xbox Series X)Yes
New Super Lucky’s Tale120 FPSYes
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2120 FPSYes
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare120 FPSYes
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville120 FPSNo
Prey60 FPSYes
Sea of Solitude60 FPSYes
Sniper Elite 460 FPSYes
STAR WARS Battlefront II120 FPS (Xbox Series X)No
STAR WARS Battlefront120 FPSYes
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition60 FPSYes
Titanfall 2120 FPSNo
Titanfall120 FPS (Xbox Series X)Yes
UFC 460 FPSYes
Unravel 2120 FPSNo
Watch Dogs 260 FPSYes

A few more game titles have been seen that the system has the best possible resolution with default support removed for the Xbox Series X devices. However, FPS Boost also uses the following measures for these steps:

  • First open to My games & apps on your Xbox console
  • Move your cursor to an FPS boost-compatible game
  • Press the Menu button
  • Select Manage game and add-ons
  • Select the Compatibility options
  • Then click the FPS Boost box to enable FPS Boost

In addition to that, FPS Boosts were shared by The Verge’s Tom Warren this week, and he said you can use this with 50+ games that reached 60 FPS or 120 FPS upgrades. You can check it below!

How to disable FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and other versions?

It is fast and simple to deactivate the function per game, which returns the game to its original condition.

  • Again open to My games & apps on your Xbox consoles
  • Move your cursor to an FPS boost-compatible game
  • Press the Menu button
  • Select Manage game and add-ons
  • Choose the Compatibility options tile
  • Unclick the FPS Boost box to disable FPS Boost

This Xbox FPS boost features coming with the backward compatibility list of the Xbox devices. And, you can tell us which Xbox games do you want to see make the FPS Boost?

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