A number of EA Play titles are getting a boost – specifically, an FPS Boost – on Xbox Series X.
The games getting boosted frame rates include three different Battlefield shooters, Titanfall 1 and 2, Star Wars Battlefront I and II, three different Plants vs. Zombies games, and more. They will receive FPS Boost whether or not you have them through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Here’s the full list of the EA Play games that now support FPS Boost on Xbox Series X as well as the max frame rate:
- Battlefield 4: 120fps
- Battlefield 1: 120fps
- Battlefield V: 120fps
- Mirror’s Edge Catalyst: 120fps
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare: 120fps
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2: 120fps
- Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville: 120fps
- Star Wars Battlefront: 120fps
- Star Wars Battlefront II: 120fps
- Titanfall: 120fps
- Titanfall 2: 120fps
- Unravel Two: 120fps
- Sea of Solitude: 60fps
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How do you turn on FPS Boost?
FPS Boost not working for you? Microsoft offers this suggestion:
For most games that support FPS boost and/or auto HDR, the feature is on by default. However, for some games, you’ll need to enable it manually. To do so, go into the Manage game section of any title, and then select Compatibility options.
To enable FPS boost, simply check the box. If you prefer to disable FPS boost and play the game in its original form, untick the box.
Same goes for auto HDR. However, you need to enable the Allow HDR10 feature in your console settings to make the option to check Auto HDR available to you. To do so, select Go to Settings.
Still not working? Try this:
We recommend installing the latest Xbox OS update to get the most out of FPS Boost titles! Also, to play at 120hz, make sure your TV settings are optimized correctly: https://xbx.lv/2QKQQvm