Great news for Starfield players! Bethesda has confirmed that they will be integrating DLSS support into the game, a welcome addition that is set to improve gameplay significantly.
While the partnership with AMD had led to the initial presence of FSR, DLSS had been notably absent. This left players to resort to community-created mods in order to activate the technology. The announcement of official support coming in an update is therefore a highly anticipated development.
Starfield DLSS Update
It's been almost two months since Starfield was released, and Bethesda has finally confirmed that the much-awaited DLSS support will be included in their next update. This update, scheduled to be rolled out in a week, is expected to greatly enhance the gaming experience.
The new update not only promises to bring NVIDIA's DLSS with frame generation to the table but also other optimizations and improvements. It's worth noting that Bethesda had initially mentioned DLSS support a few days post the game's release, but it has taken a bit of time to materialize, likely due to coding complexities.
Other Planned Enhancements
Apart from DLSS support, the upcoming update will also feature HDR support among other exciting enhancements. Bethesda is always working on ways to improve the gaming experience, and this update is a testament to that commitment.
Who Will Benefit from the DLSS Support?
The DLSS support is specifically targeted at NVIDIA users, as confirmed by Bethesda. But worry not, AMD users! Bethesda has plans to support AMD's FSR3 in another update that's in the pipeline.
This development is a testament to Bethesda's commitment towards improving the Starfield gaming experience, catering to the needs of their diverse player base.