The title says it all.
Thanks to a huge influx of freshly added titles, there are now 97 games with a performance boost on the Xbox Series X|S consoles.
The frame rate increases vary between 60 fps and 120 fps. Most games will enable this boost automatically, but some games have to run at a lower resolution to reach the higher frame rates, and for these games, FPS Boost is set to off by default. To manually activate FPS Boost, you’ll need to go into the Manage game options. Check out the following link for more information on activating FPS Boost and Auto HDR:
We’ve tried out a few of these FPS Boosted titles, and it’s transformative. Many of these games already looked superb, especially at 4k, but the blurry 30 fps frame rate let them down. Playing at higher frame rates makes these games feel like a next-gen experience, especially those running at 120 fps.
We may be experiencing a bit of a drought of new games at the start of this generation, but when they make existing games better in the meantime, it makes picking up the new consoles sooner rather than later more worthwhile. The Series X is still hard to get hold of, but the Series S is regularly available now, and still a great console in its own right.
Supported FPS Boost Games (as of 3rd May 2021)
NOTE: Many of the games supporting FPS Boost are available in Xbox Game Pass and EA Play (included with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription). See the full list of Xbox Game Pass and EA Play games at the official website.