FPS Boost is the name given by Microsoft to a technology that allows to enhance the performance of backward compatible games on Xbox Series X | S up to 120 fps, depending on the game. Games like Fallout 4, Skyrim or Prey are already compatible with this tool and with this new batch of games they make a total of 23.
The interesting thing about this technology is that does not require a specific update by the developers, but simply by pressing a button on the Xbox Series X | S menu, the system is responsible for maximizing the performance of the game, going from the typical 30 fps of the last generation of consoles to 60 or 120 frames per second.
This new batch of games compatible with FPS Boost announced on Major Nelson’s blog are entirely Electronioc Arts games, among which we can find Battlefield V, Star Wars Battlefront II or Titanfall 2, shooters to which a significant number will come. performance improvement. The complete list of games and performances according to console is as follows.
Hopefully this list will continue to grow over time and games from other companies will be compatible with FPS Boost technology. As new features arrive on the Xbox Series X | S system, such as managing open games in Quick Resume.