As announced in recent days by journalist Tom Warren, the designers of Microsoft’s Xbox Team are taking care to start the week by “turboing” dozens of backward compatible games with the latest update of the FPS Boost system on Xbox Series X and Series S .
The new system update that allows you to bring the framerate of games played in backward compatibility to 60 and 120fps on the most recent family of Microsoft platforms leads to 97 the total number of titles using FPS Boost.
Among the games that receive this new update we mention Alien Isolation, Mad Max, Life is Strange 1 and 2, The Evil Within 2, Metro 2033 and Last Light, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dying Light and Yakuza 6. Also thanks to the intervention of the house of Redmond, who owns Far Cry 4, 5, New Dawn and Primal, or Assassin’s Creed 3 Remastered, Rogue or Ezio Collection can play 60fps O reach 120fps using a compatible TV or monitor.
The complete list of backwards compatible games with access to the Xbox Series X / S FPS Boost system is available on the blog pages of Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb. In recent days, Digital Foundry has conducted tests in this regard and confirmed the goodness of FPS Boost in titles such as Battlefield or Titanfall.