The space role-playing game Starfield from Bethesda Game Studios, which is still much discussed by players, has now received the previously announced update 1.8.86 and now supports Nvidia’s latest AI upscaling DLSS 3.5 including the intermediate image calculation Frame Generation and Nvidia Reflex. There is still no trace of AMD’s three competing technologies FSR 3, Fluid Motion Frames and Anti-Lag+ and the developers are still waiting for “later”.
DLSS 3.5 with Frame Generation, Reflex and DLAA
As the official release notes confirm, there will also be a mode with pure DLAA (“Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing”), which applies the DLSS-3 algorithm to the native resolution as an AI anti-aliasing and without any upscaling via Super Sampling should deliver the best possible image quality. With the exception of the new ray optimization using DLSS 3.5 Ray Reconstruction, which is currently only available in Alan Wake 2 and as a technology preview in Cyberpunk 2077, the entire feature set is delivered by DLSS 3.5, while AMD’s FSR 3 including its intermediate image calculation AMD Fluid Motion Frames (“AFMF”) are excluded.
Our latest update for Starfield is now available. Thank you to everyone who participated in the Steam beta and gave us feedback. We will continue to make improvements and changes to the game and greatly appreciate your great support.
Nvidia DLSS support
With this update we are introducing Nvidia DLSS support for our PC gamers. Compatible Nvidia graphics cards can now use DLSS Super Resolution, Deep Learning Anti-aliasing (DLAA), Nvidia Reflex Low Latency and DLSS Frame Generation.
Let them eat!
By popular demand, food and drinks can now be consumed in the game if you find them in the area. So you can eat up your chunks straight away or save them for later – whatever you want.
FSR 3 with Fluid Motion Frames will come later
While Nvidia Deep Learning Super Sampling with Frame Generation is now making its way into Starfield, players in the title have to wait for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution of the 3rd generation and the latest intermediate image calculation AMD Fluid Motion Frames (“AFMF”), which is made up of a The very controversial exclusive technology partnership between Bethesda and AMD arose.
Update 1.8.86 as a major product update
The update to version 1.8.86 is accompanied by major product maintenance, which significantly improves Starfield in the areas of performance and stability, graphics, gameplay and quests. Below is an overview of all optimizations.
All optimizations and error corrections of the update 1.8.86 Source: Bethesda It is possible that the major product maintenance will now also help to raise the ratings of the space role-playing game on the game distribution platform Steam, because these are now only “balanced” and are becoming more and more frequent. negative”.
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