Microsoft announced a new system that doubled or sometimes quadrupled the FPS in its games that are backward compatible: FPS Boost. You can find the details in our news.
With the transition to the new generation, we can say that high FPS is now a must. At least, with the technology so advanced, it is not very satisfying to play games below 60 FPS. Both consoles promise over 60 FPS experience in the new generation. However, Microsoft is doing a good job that will increase FPS in past games.
Microsoft recently announced its new system that increases FPS in some games of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. This system, called FPS Boost, can double and sometimes quadruple the FPS in Xbox’s backward-compatible games. Currently only available in select games, but Microsoft plans to bring more games in the future. Currently FPS Boost’s Far Cry 4, New Super Lucky’s Tale, Sniper Elite 4, UFC 4, and Watch Dogs 2
Far Cry 4
New Super Lucky’s Tale
Sniper Elite 4
Watch Dogs 2
As we said, this system will be used in more backward games and the FPS of the games will increase. Thanks to FPS Boost, we can say that backward compatible games can be played at a minimum of 60 FPS. Some even 120 FPS. Note that this feature is a feature that can be turned off and on. If your system is up to date, you can play the above-mentioned games with FPS Boost right now.
Finally, it was announced that the developer team does not need to do anything extra to apply this feature to the games, and this feature is completely dependent on Xbox. So we can see this feature in every game Xbox wants.