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Xbox Series FPS Boost - 37 new games added 15 Nov 2021


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29 minutes ago, shirubagan said:

Seems like the FPS Boost team need an FPS boost. As it’s been months since the last announcement. 
 

Either that, or more Back Compat games please (OutRun 2 and Tenchu for @Mr. Gerbikobviously).

 

To be fair the last time they dropped some boost it was 97 titles.

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DS3. Bastard. I have over 200 hours on that over on the PS4 Pro. Looks ok but fuck me does it lurch about. I didn't restart on PC when I built a new machine and another 50 hours on the clock since then I'm not going to buckle for my Series S. 

 

I love my PS4 but that Pro upgrade was fairly shite in hindsight. Boost mode included.

 

Happily I can switch from One X to a bit of bedroom Series S with Far Cry 5, mind.

 

Is Monster Hunter World FPS boosted ?

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4 minutes ago, amc said:

Is Monster Hunter World FPS boosted ?

No need, it already has a relevant mode. I only messed with it for an hour tho but from what I recall: it has three modes. Quality, resolution, and performance. Probably different names but something along those lines. Quality is locked at 30, performance at 1080p, but resolution gives locked 4k/60 on Series X. Again iirc. 

 

 

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Again, it was a game I actually bought digitally at launch on my One X. I have literally played it for 30 minutes. I'm fucking dumb for this launch shit then not playing until the game is free with Gold or the Epic store or what have you. Built a monster PC about a month later but sod buying it again. I don't have a Series X, no point with a powerful PC under the TV.

 

So I have a One X in one room and a Series S in another. One X was 4k/30, I think, so if it has a whatever/60 on Series S that's where I'll be playing.

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5 minutes ago, Timmo said:

That's weird, it's already 60fps on PS5. Anyone know why it isn't on Xbox?


I played through a while back, and I remember checking. Basically The PS4 pro got a basic upgrade where they unlocked the frame rate so it hit 40ish normally but ulp to 60. The PS5 thus, hits 60 solid. And 1080p
 

they never released an upgrade for Xbox one X however, so your stuck with the one version, which is limited to 30. At 900p. 
 

if they pull something special out, I could be tempted to buy it again. 

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27 minutes ago, dvdx2 said:

Far cry new dawn took a massive hit to resolution on a 4k screen, with frame boost on. Runs smooth, but doesn’t look great at all. Do all games take this revolution hit, with it on?

Most don't, no. 

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Excellent news but the big but* here is that it's still locked at 900p. Cool to see that they're willing to go the extra mile for games that don't work under normal FPS boost circumstances. This means that there's hope for Dishonored 2! I mean, they worked with From to get DaS3 boosted and apparently even got a patch out to make it work. Dishonored 2 being a first party title should hopefully mean that it will happen at some point.

 

*Usually I like big buts

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14 minutes ago, Moz said:

Wonder if it has the durability bug tied to FPS which plagued PC when it came out 😆

 

Or was that 2. Did they boost 2?

That was definitely 2. It's been a long time but I remember it being an issue with the PC version which came out later? And then much later they released the fancy pants Scholar something edition and that had the same bug again???

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