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.