As you well know, Thursday 11 March Microsoft products officially confirmed not only the acquisition of Bethesda, but also the arrival of 20 free games for subscribers to theXbox Game Pass all part of the famous lineup of the US software house, enriching the catalog of the subscription service of the Redmond house with titles of the caliber of DOOM Eternal, Dishonored 2, Fallout 4, The Evil Within and many others. But that's not all, as during one of his podcasts Larry Hyrb revealed what will be the first Bethesda games that will benefit from theXbox Series X and Series S FPS boost. At the moment, to enjoy the very interesting functionality of Microsoft's new generation consoles we find:
- Fallout 4
- Fallout 76
The feature allows games released in previous videogame generations not only to double, if not quadruple their framerate (going from 30 to even 120 fps), but also to activate or deactivate theAuto HDR from the console settings. At the moment we don't know when the expected update will be released which will significantly improve the in-game experience of these five selected Bethesda titles. Waiting to know the upgrade date, we remind you that Xbox Series X / S are already available for purchase since last November 10 2020, even if at the moment they are difficult to find (especially the older sister) due to the health emergency caused by the COVID-19.
We inform you that X series not only does it have the support of architecture RDNA 2 e AMD Zen 2 (DirectX Raytracing), offering realistic lighting, shadows and reflections to create dynamic and immersive worlds, but guarantees an incredibly smooth frame rate, thanks to 120 fps and a visual compartment highlighted by the functionality HDR. In addition, the new system on a chip (SOC) e Xbox Velocity Architecture work together to make the player feel all the speed of the next-gen Microsoft console, guaranteeing very fast loading times and lightning-fast switching between the various titles available in the library (Quick resume).
The first Bethesda games to benefit from Xbox's FPS boost have been revealed! pic.twitter.com/cF2pSgR933
- Matty (@ G27Status) March 12, 2021