All Xbox Games with FPS Boost

With great power, comes great frame rates.

Microsoft is known for innovating its hardware while keeping its legacy in mind. The Xbox team in 2015 held that principle when they made backward compatibility possible for its eighth-generation console. Select Xbox 360 and original Xbox games such as Banjo-Kazooie, Star Wars: Knights of the Republic II: Sith Lord, Fable, and a few more runs on Xbox One. That didn’t stop Microsoft from bringing this feature to its next-gen console, the Xbox Series X and Series S while adding a new add-on that improves an ‘old’ game’s performance called FPS Boost.

FPS Boost is only available on Xbox Series X|S, with only a few compatible games for the low-end variant of Microsoft’s next-gen. And the list of compatible games just got updated.

So what is FPS Boost, exactly? For most gamers out there, you already know what this is, it’s pretty straightforward. But if you are the kind of person who simply plays video games without knowing aspects of overall game performance and terminologies, FPS stands for “frames per second”. It’s the number of moving frames you see on your television or monitor screen. The higher the FPS is, the smoother movements you see on the screen, making the game more responsive and fluid.

You can immediately notice the subtle change of fluidity when the gameplay starts to get sluggish — movements are slow, panning the camera from left to right feels like something is weighing it down. In short, it’ll be “laggy”.

The FPS Boost feature enhances an old game with 30 frames per second (or even lower) to 60 FPS, even 120 FPS if the option is available, enabling you to play in smoother gameplay. So if you have been playing Ubisoft Massive’s The Division on the Xbox One S or Xbox One X at 30 FPS, the Xbox Series X unlocks the frames up to 60 giving you a fluid overall gameplay experience.

The Xbox Series X and Series S have the raw power to improve older titles, enhancing not just the games’ resolution but also boost its FPS.

Here is an updated list of FPS Boost compatible Xbox games as of today, July 13:

TitleXSXXSSOff by Default (XSX)
Alien Isolation60hz60hz 
Anthem60hzN/A
Assassin’s Creed III Remastered60hz60hz
Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered60hz60hz 
Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection60hz60hz 
Assassin’s Creed Unity60hz60hz 
Battle Chasers: Nightwar120hz120hz 
Battlefield 1120hzN/A
Battlefield 4120hz120hz 
Battlefield Hardline120hz120hz 
Battlefield V120hzN/A
Beholder Complete Edition60hz60hz 
Dark Souls III60hz60hz 
Dead Island Definitive Edition60hzN/A 
Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition60hzN/A 
Deus Ex Mankind Divided60hz60hz 
DiRT 4120hzN/A 
Dishonored – Definitive Edition60hz60hz 
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider60hz60hz
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition120hz120hz 
Dragon Age: Inquisition60hz60hz 
Dungeon Defenders II60hz60hz 
Dying Light60hzN/A 
Fallout 460hz60hz
Fallout 7660hz60hz
Far Cry 460hz60hz 
Far Cry 560hz60hz
Far Cry New Dawn60hz60hz
Far Cry Primal60hz60hz 
Gears of War 460hz60hz
Golf with your Friends120hz120hz 
Halo Wars 260hz60hz 
Halo: Spartan Assault120hz120hz 
Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition120hz120hz 
Homefront: The Revolution60hz60hz
Hyperscape120hz120hz
Island Saver120hz120hz 
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham60hz60hz 
LEGO Jurassic World60hz60hz 
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 260hz60hz 
LEGO Marvel Superheroes120hz60hz 
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers120hz60hz 
LEGO STAR WARS: The Force Awakens60hz60hz 
LEGO The Hobbit120hz60hz 
LEGO The Incredibles60hz60hz 
LEGO Worlds60hzN/A 
Life is Strange60hz60hz 
Life is Strange 260hzN/A 
Lords of the Fallen60hz60hz 
Mad Max120hz60hz 
Metro 2033 Redux120hz120hz 
Metro: Last Light Redux120hz120hz 
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst 120hzN/A 
Monster Energy Supercross 360hz60hz
MotoGP 20N/A60hz 
Moving Out120hz120hz 
My Friend Pedro120hz120hz 
My Time at Portia60hz60hz 
New Super Lucky’s Tale120hz120hz 
Overcooked! 2120hz120hz 
Paladins120hz120hz 
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare120hz120hz 
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2120hz120hz 
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville120hz120hz
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid120hz120hz 
Prey60hz60hz 
Realm Royale120hz120hz 
ReCore60hz60hz 
Sea of Solitude60hz60hz 
Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition60hz60hz 
Shadow Warrior 260hzN/A 
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition60hz60hz 
SMITE120hz120hz
Sniper Elite 460hz60hz 
STAR WARS Battlefront120hz120hz 
STAR WARS Battlefront II120hzN/A
SteepN/A60hz 
Super Lucky’s Tale120hz120hz 
SUPERHOT120hz120hz 
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition60hz60hz 
The Evil Within 2 (PsychoBreak 2 in Japan)60hz60hz
The Gardens Between120hz60hz 
The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame60hz60hz 
The LEGO Movie Videogame120hz120hz 
Titanfall120hzN/A 
Titanfall 2120hz120hz
Tom Clancy’s The Division60hz60hz 
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition60hz60hz 
Totally Reliable Delivery Service120hz120hz 
Two Point Hospital60hz60hz 
UFC 460hz60hz 
Unravel 2120hz120hz
Unruly Heroes120hz120hz 
Untitled Goose Game120hz120hz 
Wasteland 360hz60hz
Watch Dogs 260hz60hz 
Watch_Dogs60hz60hz 
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life60hz60hz 

This list will be updated constantly when there are games added.

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