Xbox Series FPS Boost: five Xbox One games now run at 2x frame-rate – Eurogamer.net

Microsoft today lifts the lid on its brand name brand-new FPS Boost technology – a series of system level fine-tunes that allows tradition Xbox One titles to run with twice or even 4 times the frame-rate on Xbox Series consoles. All of the 5 titles exposed today run at 30 frames per second on Xbox One S – and 4 of them now run at 60fps on both Xbox Series consoles. The exception is New Super Lucky’s Tale: this targeted 4K60 on Xbox One X and 1080p30 on Xbox One S. Once again, battling video games benefit from greater levels of performance, so the 900p30 with periodic problems on Xbox One S changes into a constant 900p60 on Xbox Series S. Looking at this title on Series X is interesting: it leans into the Xbox One X codepath, where there was originally a choice in between 1080p60 and 1800p30 performance and quality modes. It’s an interesting title in that it shows that this isn’t a pure doubling of performance throughout the board (the 1080p60 mode still runs at 1080p60), however it’s clear from this title and New Super Lucky’s Tale that the compatibility group have a fair couple of levers they can pull in tweaking the experience on a per title basis.All of these FPS

Boost-enhanced games are now available to play for Xbox Series users and all of them are well worth investigating-and we believe that like us, you’ll be impressed by the enhancement here and left hungry for more, particularly for Xbox One X improved video games that should deliver a bit more bang for the dollar for Series X users.

Microsoft today lifts the cover on its brand new FPS Boost innovation – a series of system level modifies that allows legacy Xbox One titles to run with two times or even 4 times the frame-rate on Xbox Series consoles. Again, fighting games benefit from higher levels of efficiency, so the 900p30 with occasional problems on Xbox One S transforms into a constant 900p60 on Xbox Series S. Looking at this title on Series X is fascinating: it leans into the Xbox One X codepath, where there was initially an option in between 1080p60 and 1800p30 efficiency and quality modes. It’s an intriguing title in that it reveals that this isn’t a pure doubling of efficiency throughout the board (the 1080p60 mode still runs at 1080p60), however it’s clear from this title and New Super Lucky’s Tale that the compatibility team have a reasonable couple of levers they can pull in tweaking the experience on a per title basis.All of these FPS

Boost-enhanced video games are now readily available to play for Xbox Series users and all of them are well worth investigating-and we suspect that like us, you’ll be impressed by the enhancement here and left hungry for more, specifically for Xbox One X boosted video games that must deliver a bit more bang for the dollar for Series X users.

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