All Xbox Series X 120FPS Games (Confirmed List)
If you are looking for the list of all Xbox Series X 120FPS games then you have come to the right place! Check out this list that we will keep updated with the latest announcements.
It’s time for the next generation of consoles to hit the market and we couldn’t be more excited. The Xbox Series X is launching at the end of this year (during holiday season) and fortunately, it will have some games that will run on 120 FPS. So if you are wondering, which are all the Xbox Series X 120FPS games, find out the answer in this article.
All Xbox Series X Games That Support 120FPS
These are the 120FPS capable games that you can play and enjoy. To make this magic happen, you need the next-gen console and a TV that supports 120FPS. Once you get your hands on a 4K 120Hz TV (HDMI 2.1) and eventually, the Xbox Series X, you will be able to experience games like never before (at least for consoles). So, without further ado, check out the full list of all Xbox Series X 120FPS games. We will update this list as more games are added but this is what is known as of now:
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps
- Dirt 5
- Second Extinction
- Gears 5
- Halo Infinite (This game will support 120FPS in multiplayer mode)
- Metal: Hellsinger
- Orphan of the Machine
Be sure to keep an eye on these games as they release because they go beyond the 60FPS console limit. In case you aren’t already aware, 120FPS will give you increased smoothness, clarity and adds more realism to your gaming experience. Take a shooting game for example: you will feel like your reaction time has drastically increased compared to before because of higher frame rate. It’s a step in the right direction for consoles and we can only expect more games to join in. PC gamers have been enjoying this since quite some time and now consoles have the opportunity to catch up in this department.
This is everything about all Xbox Series X 120FPS games coming to this next-gen console. As mentioned, we will keep updating this guide with newer announcements regarding the same, so go ahead and bookmark this page. And while you are here, read our latest coverage on the Xbox Series X on GamerTweak.