Starfield The game was surrounded by controversy before launch and after its release on PC, but developer Bethesda is determined to bring it to a better state. The studio has confirmed that the game will receive updates for both Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling 3 (DLSS3) and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution 3 (FSR3).
We’ve known for weeks that DLSS 3 was coming to the game. After a wave of backlash over the fact that the game exclusively used AMD’s FSR2, Bethesda confirmed support about a week after release. The company says DLSS 3 is coming with a Steam beta update next week, and it will be available on all PCs. Coming soon to Xbox players.
However, the big update here is AMD’s FSR 3. After a long year of waiting, FSR 3 barely arrives with ho-hum titles and immortals And Predicted. Given that AMD claimed it was a “PC Exclusive Partner” Starfield, Many assumed that FSR 3 would launch alongside the game. That wasn’t the case, and we haven’t yet received confirmation that FSR 3 will be added to the game.
This is a big deal, because the outlook for FSR 3 has not been good up to this point. Both Predicted And and immortals were not blockbuster releases, and upcoming releases were technology-like Avatar: The Borderlands of Pandora Has not generated anticipation like any game Starfield. it left us assuming Starfield FSR 3 support will never be available. AMD reveals FSR 3, just days before release starfield, The company was surprisingly quiet about Bethesda’s space-bound RPG.
Adding to that frustration is AMD’s Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF). The technology was supposed to add frame generation to thousands of games via AMD’s driver, but after release, it was discovered that AFMF would shut itself off during overclocking. This led to a situation where the frame rate would fluctuate wildly during gameplay in titles that did not officially support FSR3.
Inclusion of FSR 3 Starfield However, shows that AMD’s technology has legs. We still don’t know when the update will arrive, Bethesda has simply said that it will arrive in a “future update.”
Although the updates are focused on PC, it’s worth noting that Bethesda did not say that the FSR 3 update will be exclusive to PC. Unlike Nvidia’s DLSS3, FSR3 works on consoles in addition to PC. This can be of great benefit Starfield On console, that’s otherwise limited to a locked 30 frames per second. This will definitely benefit PCs that can’t use DLSS3 StarfieldPC performance is still not good.