One of the cool new features of the Xbox Series X (and Xbox Series S) is the ability to play games at up to 120 frames per-second, providing a new level of smoothness never before seen in Xbox history.
That said, there are definitely some caveats, with one of them being that only certain titles can support the feature - 60FPS is the target for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S games, so anything higher is merely a bonus.
So, what games are advertised to support 120FPS so far? Let's take a look...
What Do I Need To Play Xbox Series X Games At 120FPS?
Before we get into it, it's important to note that not everyone will be able to take advantage of this feature.
For starters, you'll need a television or monitor capable of outputting 120Hz (sometimes advertised as 100Hz by retailers in Europe - ask if you're unsure!), and if games support 4K, 120FPS on Xbox Series X, you'll also require a TV or monitor with an HDMI 2.1 port to display these 120FPS modes at their maximum visual quality.
This is an entirely optional feature though, so even if you don't have access to a TV or monitor that can handle it (and the majority of consumers won't for now), you'll still be able to enjoy those games at lower framerates.
For more information on this, check out our next-gen gaming TV prep guide!
Which Xbox Series X Games Support 120FPS (So Far)?
Xbox Game Pass
- Destiny 2 (Crucible)
- Gears 5 (Multiplayer)
- Halo Infinite (Multiplayer) (Fall 2021)
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps
- Rainbow Six Siege
- Sea of Thieves
- The Falconeer
- The Touryst
Non-Xbox Game Pass Titles
- Borderlands 3
- Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
- Call of Duty: Warzone
- Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition
- Dirt 5
- King Oddball
- Metal: Hellsinger (TBD 2021)
- Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom (TBD 2021)
- Orphan of the Machine (TBD 2021)
- Rocket League
- Rogue Company
- Second Extinction (TBD 2021)
- Star Wars: Squadrons
What are you enjoying playing at 120FPS? Let us know in the comments below.