Some Bethesda games now on Xbox Game Pass are getting frame rate boosts on Xbox Series X/S

Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass platform has been greatly improved starting today with the addition of 20 new Bethesda Softworks titles, and now a quarter of these games will improve the performance of the next-generation Xbox consoles in the upcoming update. The performance boost is in framerate thanks to a new aptly named FPS Boost feature that Microsoft unveiled last month, which roughly doubles the frame rate of previous games with new Xbox hardware without the need for developers to do manual work It can be doubled.

Games that boost performance with frame rates of up to 60 frames per second include Arkane Studios. Dishonored: Definitive Edition and food And Bethesda Game Studios’ The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Fallout 4, And Fallout 76.

The announcement took place on Friday in a YouTube live stream between Xbox Live programming director Larry Hryb (aka “Major Nelson”) and communications director Jeff Rubenstein discussing the benefits that the new Xbox Series X/S can bring to previous Bethesda titles. I did. . The game is available right now, but the FPS boost mode isn’t active yet, but Microsoft plans to add it as an optional toggle sooner or later.

In its announcement yesterday, Microsoft said, “a few of these games will benefit from an FPS boost on the Xbox series X/S.” At the time, it was not stated what kind of game it was. It also said that of the 20 Bethesda games coming on Xbox Game Pass, 16 will be available on PC and xCloud as well as on Xbox consoles. Here you can find a list of platforms where the game can be used.

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