The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are the latest consoles from Microsoft, released in November 2020. The Model S is more compact than its big sister and does not support 4K resolution. Another big difference is the lack of a CD player that is completely digital. FPS Boost is a technology developed by Microsoft that allows you to double and sometimes even quadruple the displayed frames per second of your video games. Thus, a game with an upper limit of 30 FPS can display 60 FPS and in some cases 120 FPS for extreme fluidity of the game.
Currently, 13 Electronic Arts games are getting this feature on Xbox X and S Series. Battlefield 1, Battlefield 4, Battlefield V, Star Wars: Battlefront, Star Wars Battlefront II, Titanfall, Titanfall 2, and Mirror’s Edge. there is something to be done. You need to read the little lines though: some of the games just listed only have FPS Boost on the Xbox Series X because the Series S has less power. Also, only Sea of Solitude is not compatible with 120 frames per second as it requires 60 frames per second. Be sure to enable the FPS Boost option in the console settings and plug in your best TV to enjoy it. Also Read:> CHECK ALL THE CHRONICLES FROM DAILY JVCOM By Tanabata, writing from jeuxvideo.com MP