In February of 2021, Microsoft announced that the Backwards Compatibility Program would be adding frame rate boosts to certain games. For the uninitiated, Frame Rate Boost is a feature on Xbox Series X|S that allows older games to run at double or sometimes quadruple the frame rate of the original release. It has been a wonderful feature that is breathing new life into and even fixing some old titles.
During their 20th Anniversary Event, Xbox announced that 37 games would be receiving frame rate improvements including the original Assassin’s Creed, Dead Space 2, the entire Gears of War saga, Mirror’s Edge, Sonic Generations, and more, bringing the total of frame rate boosted games to 134 games across Xbox One, Xbox 360, and the original Xbox.
With that said, there are no more plans to bring frame rate boosts to anymore titles. Xbox Director of Project Management…
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