Gears 4: Was one of DF’s favourite FPS Boost titles. DF really impressed with Series S running this at locked 60fps/1080p, no frame drops whatsoever, “game changer for Series S.”
Anthem: FPS Boost on Series X only. Near locked 60fps. Resolution is closer to 900p (using One S code path), “a real success.”, odd and hard choice to pick between 4K/30fps and 900p/60 fps.
Homefront: Runs at 900p. Mostly 60fps but unusual random drops on Series X. Same resolution on Series S but frame rate drops a lot more.
Yakua 6: 1080p/60fps on Series X. Very minor frame drops. 900p/60fps on Series S, more drops down to 55/45 fps. Not deal breaker.
Metro Redux: 120fps on Series S and X, @ 912p. Perfect frame rate according to DF on both consoles, “nothing bad to say about it.”
Paladins: 120fps, some minor stutters, no real drops.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: On Series X, “phenomenal” - aims for 60fps/3584p. For vast majority of gameplay, framerate is great, alpha and water affects hit frame rate. Series S runs at 900p, great frame rate, Rich’s best FPS-Boost title so far on Series X. Expect separate DF video on this game.
Assassin’s Creed Unity: Series X, locked 60fps. Series S can run at 52fps at times, otherwise runs at 80fps like its Dark Tower brother. Runs at 900p on both consoles.
Deus Ex Mankind Divided: On Series S, locked 60fps from start to finish. No One X patch was created for this.
FarCry 5: 1440p/60fps on Series S, essentially locked 60fps. Attempts to cause performance issues on Series S failed. Same on Series X, locked. No knockout blow like Tomb Raider here due to unused power of Series X left sitting on the table for this one.
Mad Max: Series X, 120fps. Series S, 60 fps. MS Wizards have made 30fps game on Xbox One run at 120fps on Series X. DF’s frame rate bar hugging 120fps part of the graph as if its life depended on it.
Dying Light: Locked 60fps on Series X. No FPS boost for Series S.
Watch Dogs: Series S, 60fps running at 792p (XB1 code base), perfectly locked 60fps on both Series consoles.
Hollow Knight: 120fps on Series S and X, “super smooth.”