Microsoft brings FPS Enhance assist to 13 EA video games on Xbox Sequence X/S at present • Eurogamer.web

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Battlefield 5! Titanfall 2! Star Wars Battlefront 2! Extra!

In case you simply cannot get sufficient of these online game frames, Microsoft has a little bit of deal with for you at present within the type of FPS Enhance assist for 13 EA titles, together with Battlefield 5, Titanfall 2, and Star Wars Battlefront 2.

FPS Enhance, which debuted again in February, is designed to extend body charges of legacy Xbox One video games when run on Xbox Sequence X/S – pushing them as much as 120fps for sure titles.

Thus far, we have seen FPS Enhance assist for the likes of Skyrim, Dishonored, Sniper Elite 4, Watch Canines 2, and Fallout 76, however as of at present, 22nd April, that choice has been expanded to incorporate 13 extra titles, all from the EA Play catalogue – which can be accessed as a part of an Xbox Recreation Go Final subscription.

Digital Foundry – Xbox FPS Enhance Evaluation: 60FPS/120FPS

Listed here are the video games, and their respective body price boosts, in query:

  • Battlefield 1 (120hz on Sequence X)
  • Battlefield 4 (120hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Battlefield 5 (120hz on Sequence X)
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (120hz on Sequence X)
  • Crops vs. Zombies Backyard Warfare (120hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Crops vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville (120hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Crops vs. Zombies Backyard Warfare 2 (120hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Sea of Solitude (60hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Star Wars Battlefront (120hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Star Wars Battlefront 2 (120hz on Sequence X)
  • Titanfall (120hz on Sequence X)
  • Titanfall 2 (120hz on Sequence X and S)
  • Unravel 2 (120hz on Sequence X and S)

Microsoft notes among the video games on the listing have seen their decision decreased when FPS Enhance is energetic to make sure a smoother expertise. In these situations, FPS Enhance is not mechanically enabled however may be turned on utilizing the related setting in Compatibility Choices, as detailed in at present’s announcement put up.

Digital Foundry beforehand provided its ideas on Microsoft’s FPS Enhance know-how if you would like to know extra.

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