Microsoft offers FPS Boost to 33 games on Xbox Cloud game streaming service. Meanwhile, the company is making 76 new Xbox and Xbox 360 games that are compatible with Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and S.
Microsoft announces FPS Boost additions during the Xbox Anniversary Celebration Live stream in honor of Xbox 20th Anniversary. Initially, 33 games on Xbox Cloud Gaming will receive FPS Boost support. These include, for example, Battlefield 4, Fallout: New Vegas, Titanfall 2, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 4 and Dragon Age: Origins, he writes. the edge.
FPS Boost was also made available Monday for several backwards compatible games not available through Xbox Cloud Gaming. This includes, for example, the original Assassin’s Creed and Alan Wake. A full list of FPS Boost games can be found at Microsoft site.
FPS Boost function has become in february Introduced and allows backward compatible games to be played at a higher frame rate on Xbox Series X and S. This feature works at the Direct3D level, eliminating the need to modify game code to achieve a higher frame rate. Play Xbox Cloud game servers Since earlier this year On Xbox Series X, so FPS Boost support isn’t a complete surprise.
76 new backward compatible games playable on Xbox One and Series X/S.
The tech giant also made 76 new Xbox and Xbox 360 games compatible with Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and S on Monday. The company makes Skate 2, the complete Max Payne series, Ridge Racer 6, Star Wars, and more. Knight II is playable on these modern consoles. 76 new titles will receive support for Auto HDR on Xbox Series consoles.
Microsoft reports that these are the last games to be backward compatible. The Xbox Peggy Lo team talks about the “latest addition to the 70+ titles” in the backwards compatibility program. “As we continue to focus on maintaining and improving games, we have reached the limit of our ability to catalog new games from the past due to licensing, legal, and technical limitations.”
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