Xbox director of project management Jason Ronald has been speaking more about FPS Boost in an interview with the Iron Lords Podcast, confirming there are no immediate plans to add any more titles to the Xbox Series X|S program.
In the interview, Ronald explained that the team is finding the limitations of the current FPS Boost technique right now, and so while they'll continue to "look for new opportunities", there's nothing to confirm anytime soon:
"We're always looking at new ways that we can enhance titles, whether it's resolution increases, frame rate improvements, things like Auto HDR. I'll say right now, with the existing technique that we have with FPS Boost, we've tried plenty more than [the 130 FPS Boosted titles] and in some cases the vast majority of the game works great, but then we find a game-breaking bug 80% of the way through."
"We're going to continue to look for new opportunities and new ways that we can enhance titles, but we don't have anything in the immediate future... Right now, I think we're kind of finding where some of the limitations of our current technique is."
FPS Boost has been in place for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S since February of this year, and the Xbox team has successfully boosted well over 100 games in that time, either from 30fps to 60fps, or 60fps to 120fps.
It's a shame that the technique seems to have reached its limit for the time being, but hopefully the Xbox team can find a way to add even more titles to the catalogue in the future. At the very least, we're very grateful for what we have!
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