Microsoft is “nonetheless evaluating” add help for the function to older Xbox titles.
With help for an preliminary batch of 5 stable video games, Microsoft’s new FPS Boost function – the most recent addition to their more and more spectacular backward compatibility help on Xbox Series X/S – is already off to a terrific begin, and with Microsoft promising that extra video games will proceed to get help for the function within the coming months and years, there’s undoubtedly trigger for pleasure.
But can gamers look ahead to even among the older Xbox legacy titles benefitting from the know-how? The present batch of video games is completely from the Xbox One library, however how lengthy will it’s earlier than we start seeing Xbox 360 and authentic Xbox video games getting help added for FPS Boost as effectively? According to Xbox’s director of program administration Jason Ronald, for now, Microsoft are targeted on Xbox One video games.
Speaking with Kinda Funny, Ronald mentioned that whereas help for now’s principally going to be for Xbox One video games, Microsoft are nonetheless evaluating add the know-how to older titles as effectively.
“Right now, we’re targeted primarily on Xbox One era titles as a result of we’ve seen the very best outcomes there,” mentioned Ronald. “We’re nonetheless evaluating, can we deliver this know-how again to Xbox 360 video games or authentic Xbox video games?”
Thankfully, there’s no scarcity of video games from the Xbox One library that might actually profit from FPS Boost (Dragon Age: Inquisition is perhaps getting help quickly), so it’s not like Microsoft are going to expire of video games to have a look at anytime quickly. Let’s simply hope it isn’t too lengthy earlier than we start seeing the function in older video games as effectively.