Xbox Series X | S Games 120fps Games: The Complete List

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With the advent of new hardware and technology, players are able to enjoy their games in shiny resolutions and at faster speeds than ever before, with the Xbox Series X | S allowing for up to 120fps (frames per second) depending on the game.

While not every game that’s optimised for the Xbox Series X | S allows you to experience it at 120 fps, there’s a decent amount of games that do. Here’s all the games that are available on the Xbox Series X | S with 120 fps support, and whether or not it’s worth your time.

 

Which Xbox Series X | S Games Support 120fps?

Below is a list of games that are playable on the Xbox Series X | S in 120fps. Again, not every optimised game allows for 120fps, and those that do often take a hit to the resolution. This also means that, due to the lower-power of the Series S, some games only hit 120 fps on the Series X. Unless specified otherwise, the games on this list will support 120fps on both consoles.

Alien Isolation (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Battle Chasers: Nightwar (via FPS Boost)
Battlefield 1 (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Battlefield 4 (available via FPS Boost)
Battlefield V (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Battlefield Hardline (available via FPS Boost)
Borderlands 3 (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Call of Duty: Warzone
CrossCode
Destiny 2 (Crucible only, no 120fps mode on Series S)
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Dirt 4 (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Dirt 5
DOOM Eternal
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition (available via FPS Boost)
ExoMecha (coming soon)
Fortnite
Gears 5 (Multiplayer only)
Golf With Your Friends (available via FPS Boost)
Halo Infinite (coming soon, multiplayer only)
Halo: The Master Chief Collection
Halo: Spartan Assault (available via FPS Boost)
Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition (available via FPS Boost)
Hyperscape (available via FPS Boost)
Island Saver (available via FPS Boost)
JYDGE
King Oddball
LEGO Marvel Superheroes (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
LEGO The Hobbit (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Mad Max (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Mass Effect Legendary Edition (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Metal: Hellsinger
Metro 2033 Redux (available via FPS Boost)
Metro: Last Light Redux (available via FPS Boost)
Minecraft Dungeons (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom
Moving Out (available via FPS Boost)
My Friend Pedro (available via FPS Boost)
New Super Lucky’s Tale (available via FPS Boost)
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Orphan of the Machine (coming soon)
Overcooked 2 (available via FPS Boost)
Overwatch
Paladins (available via FPS Boost)
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare (available via FPS Boost)
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville (available via FPS Boost)
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 (available via FPS Boost)
Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid (available via FPS Boost)
Rainbow Six Siege
Realm Royale (available via FPS Boost)
Rocket League
Rogue Company
Samurai Shodown
Sea of Thieves (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Second Extinction (available via Xbox Game Preview)
SMITE (available via FPS Boost)
Star Wars Battlefront (available via FPS Boost)
Star Wars Battlefront 2 (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Star Wars: Squadrons
Superhot (available via FPS Boost)
Superhot: Mind Control Delete
Super Lucky’s Tale (available via FPS Boost)
The Gardens Between (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
The Falconeer
The LEGO Movie Videogame (available via FPS Boost)
The Touryst
Titanfall (no 120fps mode on Series S, available via FPS Boost)
Titanfall 2 (available via FPS Boost)
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Totally Reliable Delivery Service (via FPS Boost)
Unravel 2 (available via FPS Boost)
Unruly Heroes (available via FPS Boost)
Untitled Goose Game (available via FPS Boost)
WRC 9 (no 120fps mode on Series S)
Zombie Army 4 (no 120fps mode on Series S)

 

How To Enable 120fps on Xbox Series X | S

In order to see if your TV can support 120fps, you need to go to your settings on the Xbox Series X | S, then select TV & Display Options under the General tab. From there, you can select 4K TV Details to see what your TV does support, and if there’s ticks next to whether your TV supports 120Hz, you’re golden. All you need to do is go to the Refresh Rate setting and select 120Hz. 4K 120Hz also requires an Ultra High-Speed HDMI Cable, but one of those is provided with the Xbox Series X | S.

 

Is 120fps On Xbox Series X | S Worth It?

Whether or not 120fps is worth it depends more than anything on your TV display. In order to receive 120fps, you need a TV or monitor that’s capable of 120hz, otherwise you’ll likely be capped at 60fps. The problem is that 120fps capable monitors and especially TVs cost a lot of money, making it a luxury not everyone can afford. If you’ve got the cash to spend on a new TV, or you’re just generally in the market for 120fps gaming, it might be worth it.

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