XBox Series X: Downward Compatibility: New Games benefit from Auto HDR, FPS Boost and Higher Resolution

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Xbox Series X: Auto HDR Mode Tested - What Works and What Doesn't In the course of the 20-year Xbox anniversary, the Xbox-down compatibility catalog has been added new 76 Xbox 360 and original Xbox games. Among them some fan favorites and classics such as the complete f.e.a.r series, Max Payne 1-3 or odd world: Munch s odds.

In addition, each of the newly added titles will be played better and looked better than ever before and benefit from the following features:

Each downward-compatible title that has been newly added will provide an improved visual quality with Auto HDR to supporting displays. On Xbox Series X, the HDR improvements are automatically added. For original Xbox games, the resolution is increased on all Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One consoles to supporting displays 4-fold increase in resolution on Xbox Series X and Xbox One X 3-fold increase in resolution on the Xbox Series S 2-fold increase in resolution on Xbox One S and Xbox One Players experience by the FPS Boost an even more liquid gameplay at eleven of the added titles, which doubles the original frame rate to up to 60 fps. Among others f.e.a.r., f.e.a.r. 3, Binary domain and near and 26 already previously backward-compatible titles benefit from the FPS boost.

Xbox s players can customize the available options under Game and decide whether Auto HDR and FPS Boost should be activated. In addition, the FPS Boost is now available via Xbox Cloud Gaming (beta) for selected games such as Fallout 76 and Fallout 4.