Microsoft is helping the Xbox Series X and S leverage their extra power when running backward-compatible games. The company today announced FPS Boost, a feature that does exactly what its name implies: make old titles run faster. Although Microsoft and developers had already optimized some backwards compatible titles, the new FPS Boost works without the need for game updates or changes by the developer. Using “a variety of new methods,” the backwards compatibility team was able to nearly double or quadruple the original framerates on some titles. Unfortunately, the current list of supported titles is rather minuscule, although it does…

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