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Xbox Series X gamers just got a huge boost to framerates

Xbox Series X gamers just got a huge boost to framerates

Xbox Series X players need to try this...

Xbox Series X players could soon see their games playing at over 100fps, and you can try it right now.

New-gen consoles are getting more advanced every year, but there’s only so much that can be improved until they become high-end PCs, with a price point to match.

Check out our interview with the cast of Star Wars: The Acolyte below.

For most consoles, 60fps is the dream, but with a recent update, some games might be able to run with an even higher framerate thanks to AMD's FSR 3 Frame Generation.

FSR 3 Frame Generation is a method of inserting generated frames between natively rendered frames, providing a higher overall framerate that boosts the overall performance of games.

Previously it was only available on PCs, though with a bit of tinkering it’s now available for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, and it’s playable right now.

EA’s magical first-person shooter Immortals Of Aveum, which in my opinion has some of the best sorcery combat in gaming, has been upgraded to run FSR 3 Frame Generation.

A test was done on the Xbox Series X where the performance ran for around 40-60fps without FSR, which was boosted all the way up to 80-100fps with the software.

Performance in general was also significantly improved, making it no better time to try the game for yourself if you haven’t already (It’s on PlayStation Plus and will soon be joining Xbox Game Pass).

Hopefully this means several other titles will receive a similar upgrade to their performance, bringing the quality of console gaming ever closely to that of a high-end PC.

So if you own a copy of Immortals Of Aveum, don’t hesitate to play it with AMD’s FSR right now, for a true taste of what’s to come for console gaming in the future.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Microsoft