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Xbox backward compatibility will make frame rate higher for some games

Playing older games on the new generation of consoles is almost always better thanks to the improved power, but Microsoft is taking things a step further with a new feature called FPS Boost for Xbox Series X and Series S. FPS Boost will provide a frame rate increase for certain backward-compatible Xbox One titles when played on current-generation Xbox consoles, doubling or quadrupling the games’ original frame rates.

FPS Boost will initially be available for five games: Far Cry 4, New Super Lucky’s Tale, Sniper Elite 4, EA Sports UFC 4, and Watch Dogs 2.

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Select old Xbox games get FPS Boost on Series X, S

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Watch Dogs 2 is one of the first games to benefit from Microsoft’s FPS Boost on the Xbox Series X and Series S.


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Microsoft has created a new set of software tools for game developers dubbed FPS Boost, which make it possible to quickly improve frame rates of older games running on the new Xbox Series X and Series S game consoles on a case-by-case basis. FPS Boost will be applied to the first compatible games Wednesday via an automatic update. The company also says we’ll see new menu iconography and options in an Xbox update rolling out this

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Top 8 Best Police Car Chasing Games

Who doesn’t love a good chase game? There’s the thrill of escaping along with those on the hunt. In this list, we’re going to highlight some of the best police car chasing video games you can play right now for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch platforms this year, 2021.


#8 Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit

The Need For Speed franchise has been around for decades and one of the more iconic hits from the franchise was Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit. This series first got its start back in 1998 as Need For Speed

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The eight best racing games of the 2000s (List)

Test Drive Unlimited

Then in 2008 the game of car games was changed forever. Test Drive Unlimited featured a one-to-one scale map of the Hawaian Island of Oahu, complete with mountain ranges, urban cityscapes and an intricate web of road network connecting it all. The map was littered with houses you could buy, dealerships you could visit to spec out and buy your cars from and of course a whole slew of races to progress your career. There was pretty much zero story to it – the objective of the game was purely the Hawaian car ownership lifestyle.

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