The Xbox Game Pass will soon provide consoles and PC gamers with games such as FIFA 21 and Red Dead Online. Xbox May Pass Ultimate and PC members will start using FIFA 21 on May 6, while cloud and console gamers will be able to use Red Dead Online later. Microsoft also shared it, and now there are 97 games supporting FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and Series S. Many of these games are included in Xbox Game Pass and EA Play subscriptions.
Starting with the new features of Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft shared through a post on its website that from May 6th, FIFA 21 will be included in Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Game Pass PC with EA Play. It will also include EA Play Volta Squad Boost and FUT Season XP Boost. Starting May 13, console and cloud game players will be able to use Xbox Game Pass membership to play Red Dead Online. Red Dead Online is usually purchased separately from Red Dead Redemption 2, which allows players to experience the multiplayer mode of the game.
In May, the Xbox Game Pass has many other games, including “Dragon Quest” Builders 2 (May 4), Outlast 2 (May 6), Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster (May 13 Day), Just Cause 4: Reloaded (May 13), Steep (May 6), etc. Xbox Game Pass will also get DLC content for selected games and some game updates. But starting on May 15th, some games will also leave Xbox Game Pass, including Alan Wake, Final Fantasy IX, Hotline Miami and so on.
Microsoft also shared a total of 97 games that support FPS Boost through a post on the MajornNelson blog. The latest development has brought 74 new games. These games now support higher FPS on Xbox Series X and Series S. Previously, some Bethesda games and 12 EA games have been updated with FPS Boost support. FPS Boost allows older games to run at higher fps (60fps or 120fps) without changes at the developer level.
New features in the list of games that support FPS Boost include: “Alien”, “Assassin’s Creed”, “Far Cry 5”, “Extinction of Mankind”, “Dust 4” and more. Some games listed by Microsoft support FSP Boost on Xbox Series X, but not on Series S. In contrast, Moto GP20 and Steep support FPS Boost on Xbox Series S instead of Series X. Support for FPS Boost will be updated regularly as more games become available.