Microsoft has today unveiled the new FPS Boost program for Xbox Series X and S, bringing frame rate boosts to select backwards compatible games on the new consoles, starting with five titles today.
Fortunately, we won't have long to wait until the next batch, as Xbox director of project management Jason Ronald has confirmed that they will be added very regularly in the coming months.
Here's what Ronald had to say in an interview with YouTuber ColtEastwood:
"FPS Boost is releasing this week on February 17th, and then for the games that are currently in testing, we expect to release new games every couple of weeks over the next couple of months, that all have this capability enabled."
The new feature allows Microsoft to improve the frame rate of games with no work required by the developer whatsoever, upgrading titles from 30FPS to 60FPS, and even 60FPS to 120FPS in some cases.
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