Microsoft is improving a number of backwards compatible games from Bethesda games for the Xbox Series consoles, thanks to the consoles’ FPS boost feature.
During the last Major Nelson podcast, it was announced that some Bethesda games will use the feature on the new Xbox consoles. The games getting this improvement are Dishonored: Definite Edition, Fallout 4, Fallout 76, Prey, and Skyrim Special Edition.
FPS Boost ensures through various methods that the frame rates are doubled, compared to the original. This ensures more and more stable frame rates, making the games look even smoother.
Recently, 11 Bethesda games were added to Xbox Game Pass, such as Doom 64, Prey, The Evil Within, Morrowind, Oblivion, The Edler Scrolls Online, Fallout: New Vegas, and more. In total, 20 games will come to the service. Of these, 16 can be played on the PC, console or cloud.