List of FPS Boost Games

Xbox has announced the first few games that will benefit from a feature named “FPS Boost”, which increases the framerate of select backwards compatible games to 60 FPS or even 120 FPS. Absolutely no work is needed to be done by the developers. Additionally, you are able to disable FPS Boost and Auto HDR if you would like to. Here is the full list of FPS Boost games:

  • Alien: Isolation - 60 FPS
  • Anthem - 60 FPS
  • Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered - 60 FPS
  • Assassin’s Creed Rogue: Remastered - 60 FPS
  • Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection - 60 FPS
  • Assassin’s Creed: Unity - 60 FPS
  • Battle Chasers: Nightwar - 120 FPS
  • Battlefield 1 - 120 FPS
  • Battlefield 4 - 120 FPS
  • Battlefield Hardline - 120 FPS
  • Battlefield V - 120 FPS
  • Beholder: Complete Edition - 60 FPS
  • Dead Island: Definitive Edition - 60 FPS
  • Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition - 60 FPS
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - 60 FPS
  • DiRT 4 - 120 FPS
  • Dishonored: Definitive Edition - 60 FPS
  • Dishonored: Death of the Outsider - 60 FPS
  • Don’t Starve: Giant Edition - 120 FPS
  • Dragon Age: Inquisition - 60 FPS
  • Dungeon Defenders II - 60 FPS
  • Dying Light - 60 FPS
  • Fallout 4 - 60 FPS
  • Fallout 76 - 60 FPS
  • Far Cry 4 - 60 FPS
  • Far Cry 5 - 60 FPS
  • Far Cry New Dawn - 60 FPS
  • Far Cry Primal - 60 FPS
  • Gears of War 4 - 60 FPS
  • Golf with your Friends - 120 FPS
  • Halo Wars 2 - 60 FPS
  • Halo: Spartan Assault - 120 FPS
  • Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition - 120 FPS
  • Homefront: The Revolution - 60 FPS
  • Hyperscape - 120 FPS
  • Island Saver - 120 FPS
  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - 60 FPS
  • LEGO Jurrasic World - 60 FPS
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 - 60 FPS
  • LEGO Marvel Superheroes - 120 FPS
  • LEGO Marvel’s Avengers - 120 FPS
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens - 60 FPS
  • LEGO The Hobbit - 120 FPS
  • LEGO The Incredibles - 60 FPS
  • LEGO Worlds - 60 FPS
  • Life is Strange - 60 FPS
  • Life is Strange 2 - 60 FPS
  • Lords of the Fallen - 60 FPS
  • Mad Max - 120 FPS
  • Metro 2033 Redux - 120 FPS
  • Metro: Last Light Redux - 120 FPS
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst - 120 FPS
  • Monster Energy Supercross 3 - 60 FPS
  • MotoGP 20 - 60 FPS
  • Moving Out - 120 FPS
  • My Friend Pedro - 120 FPS
  • My Time at Portia - 60 FPS
  • New Super Lucky’s Tale - 120 FPS
  • Overcooked! 2 - 120 FPS
  • Paladins - 120 FPS
  • Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare - 120 FPS
  • Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 - 120 FPS
  • Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville - 120 FPS
  • Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid - 120 FPS
  • Prey - 60 FPS
  • Realm Royale - 120 FPS
  • ReCore - 60 FPS
  • Sea of Solitude - 60 FPS
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition - 60 FPS
  • Shadow Warrior 2 - 60 FPS
  • Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition - 60 FPS
  • SMITE - 120 FPS
  • Sniper Elite 4 - 60 FPS
  • Star Wars: Battlefront - 120 FPS
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II - 120 FPS
  • Steep - 60 FPS
  • Super Lucky’s Tale - 120 FPS
  • SUPERHOT - 120 FPS
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition - 60 FPS
  • The Evil Within 2 - 60 FPS
  • The Gardens Between - 120 FPS
  • The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame - 60 FPS
  • The LEGO Movie Videogame - 120 FPS
  • Titanfall - 120 FPS
  • Titanfall 2 - 120 FPS
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division - 60 FPS
  • Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition - 60 FPS
  • Totally Reliable Delivery Service - 120 FPS
  • Two Point Hospital - 60 FPS
  • UFC 4 - 60 FPS
  • Unravel 2 - 120 FPS
  • Unruly Heroes - 120 FPS
  • Untitled Goose Game - 120 FPS
  • Wasteland 3 - 60 FPS
  • Watch Dogs 2 - 60 FPS
  • Watch_Dogs - 60 FPS
  • Yakuza 6: The Song of Life - 60 FPS

You can also see the full list here:

More games will be announced in the future!

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Of course, cuz Rockstar wouldn’t want that now would they? lol

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This will fix a lot of the problems Series S has with it running Xbox One S versions of Xbox One games instead of Xbox One X. Very happy about this.

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lmfaooo

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Great tech but meh games, for me. Not that I didn’t love WD2, but it looks not so great on Xbox One and Ubi never provided a One X patch.

I am surprised Fallout 4 or Skyrim isn’t here though.

Zhuge couldn’t go five minutes without making a dad joke lmaooo I love it

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Explained in the article:

" We chose this initial collection of titles not only because they are popular among fans, but to highlight several different ways that FPS Boost can improve your experience. For example, New Super Lucky’s Tale can now run up to 120 frames per second (fps) and UFC 4 delivers improved framerate performance specifically on Xbox Series S and can now run at 60fps."

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nice :+1:

And good stuff with the dashboard features for turning Auto HDR or FPS Boost on or off.

Sony trying to figure out how to add external HD support while MS is working on auto doubling frame rates for back compat games.

You can tell the difference in quality of engineers here.

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Ah I see. I haven’t read it yet. Just fired up the DF video :slight_smile:

Auto HDR? The option to disable that has been there since day one. You probably didn’t mean that right? :slight_smile:

This is so big for the Series S in particular. Great workaround around the One X versions.

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Kind of an offbeat batch of titles. The only one I own is Far Cry 4 so I’ll have to check it out.

I think it can be game specific in the future

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I wonder if FPS Boost will work with future games that are last gen only like Nier Replicant, BioMutant and Prince of Persia Remake?

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In the article they show a menu where you can disable it on a game by game basis. Today you can only do this on a global level. In most games Auto HDR works fine, but i had some where it looked wrong like in Divinity II. So this will come in handy.

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Doesnt seem to be a system wide thing. Its probably going to be on certain games.

Sniper Elite 4 has been in my backlog for a long time so I will deffo play that with this update

This is amazing. I’m not that hyped about these particular games, but I’m hyped about this feature and look forward to enjoy even more titles once I hopefully get series x. Keep up the good work Microsoft!

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