The Starfield DLSS update is nearly in sight

And after I finished the game.

MajorLinux - Editor-in-chief

When Starfield launched back in September, many PC gamers wondered where DLSS support was for the game. Many thought that because the game was partnered with AMD, it wasn’t supposed to use Nvidia’s tech. Chief Architect of Gaming Solutions, Frank Azor, says there was nothing keeping Bethesda from using DLSS on Starfield.

After the game launched, there were plenty of people complaining about performance on Nvidia GPUs. And, yes, I was one of them. I, however, got over that and finished the game. I mean, it also sold like hotcakes. It was during those early days that Bethesda promised to bring DLSS in a future update.

Well, iti looks like it’s finally happening. Today, Bethesda announced that they will be adding “Nvidia DLSS support with frame generation, display and HDR controls for supported systems, and other optimisations and improvements.” They will be coming first to Steam as part of an opt-in beta. There, they will gather feedback on the additions before rolling it out to the public.

There is no date for when the beta will be available. They just said they’ll provide specifics “soon”.

Source: Eurogamer

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Marcus Summers is a Linux system administrator by trade. He has been working with Linux for nearly 15 years and has become a fan of open source ideals. He self identifies as a socialist and believes that the world's information should be free for all.

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