See How Skyrim Dishonored Fallout 4 Fallout 76 and Prey Run With FPS Boost Enabled on Xbox Series X

See How Skyrim, Dishonored, Fallout 4, Fallout 76, and Prey Run With FPS Boost Enabled on Xbox Series X

Richard Walker

Earlier this week, five of the 20 Bethesda titles added to Xbox Game Pass received FPS Boost support on Xbox Series X|S, almost doubling the frame rate on the likes of Dishonored: Definitive Edition, Fallout 4, and Arkane's excellent 2017 version of Prey.

Of the five titles given the FPS Boost treatment, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Dishonored: DE, and Prey all manage to enjoy a doubled frame rate, albeit with slight fluctuations here and there, but Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 are an interesting case, locking in at 60fps, at the expense of some visual detail.

So, ultimately, what's the best choice if you do plan on playing Skyrim, Dishonored, Prey, Fallout 4, or Fallout 76 using FPS Boost? Is it worth giving up a little of the visual fidelity in Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 to play at a locked, stable 60fps, or are you better off sticking to 30 frames? Check out our comparison below and see for yourself.

  • Was 76 really just 30 fps? Wow didn't realize it surprisingly
  • The downgrade in visual fidelity for FO76 i have found on my 4k TV is too great for my liking. It comes with aliasing issues also with FPS boost on that I highly dislike. One of the few games I would choose 30FPS over 60 due to these issues.
  • You need to register before being able to post comments

Game navigation