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Fallout 4 and other Bethesda games double their frame rates

Microsoft launched the function FPS increase its Xbox Series X me S in February to breathe new life into the titles Xbox One backward compatible. At the moment, only five titles have received the update, giving you a way to play older games at higher frame rates without modification.

Now, Kotaku claims five more games Bethesda are receiving FPS Boost support: Fallout 4, Fallout 76, Dam, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition me Dishonored: Definitive Edition.

Xbox FPS Boost: no details on release date

The newly added entries to the FPS Boost game roster were revealed during the latest episode of The Official Xbox Podcast featuring Xbox Live’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb and Jeff Rubenstein, Xbox Senior Communications Manager. All five are available at Microsoft Game Pass, making them playable on both Xbox and PC.

Some, like Fallout 4, were added shortly after Bethesda officially joined Xbox following Microsoft’s $ 7.5 billion deal to acquire ZeniMax Media and its video game publishers. Games that support the feature double their frame rate from 30 to 60 FPS, although some can also be played at 120 FPS on new consoles.

It is currently not entirely clear when exactly games will get FPS Boost. As Kotaku points out, the feature could come with the next major Xbox Series X and S update, which will add settings to enable HDR and FPS Boost for each individual game.