Larry Hryb or “Major Nelson” as he otherwise known as, announced on Monday that there are now 97 games for Xbox that have the FPS Boost feature. This figure comes after the feature came out for a large number of new games, including Halo Wars 2, Hollow Knight, Far Cry 5 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Of course, these are not the only well-known games in the list of 97. FPS Boost was first revealed as an Xbox Series X|S feature back in February. The feature offers a frame rate boost, with 60fps going to Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Far Cry 5, and 120fps for Hollow Knight.
The blog post also says that the resolution of certain games has to be reduced in order to achieve these frame rates, so the boost isn’t automatically enabled. Users can toggle it off and on from the Compatibility Options menu. You can see how to do this in the video above.
The blog post also features a complete list of games that takes advantage of the FPS Boost feature. Some games have the FPS Boost disabled by default on the Xbox Series X, including Anthem, Fallout 4, Far Cry 5, and Titanfall 2. The post also includes a disclaimer that says many of the games that support FPS Boost are available on Xbox Game Pass and EA Play. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions include EA Play.
In other Xbox news, Microsoft just announced the next set of games being added to Xbox Game Pass.