Ghost of Tsushima, Horizon: New FSR 3.1 Boost Revealed
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Ghost of Tsushima, Horizon: New FSR 3.1 Boost Revealed

Jun 28, 2024 4:44 PM

AMD has announced the release of FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 3.1, a significant update to its upscaling and frame generation technology. FSR 3.1 is now available on PlayStation PC ports developed by Nixxes Software, which include popular titles such as Spider-Man Remastered, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, Horizon: Forbidden West Complete Edition, and Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut. This collaboration is not surprising given Nixxes' proficiency in porting console games to PC. Notably, God of War Ragnarok, slated for PC release in September, will also support FSR 3.1. This update allows AMD’s frame generation tech to be used alongside Nvidia’s DLSS and Intel’s XeSS technologies. The new version aims to enhance image quality and performance, with 60 games expected to support it soon, including Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2, Starfield, Concord, and The First Descendant.

What games currently support AMD's FSR 3.1 technology?

The games that currently support AMD's FSR 3.1 technology are Spider-Man Remastered, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, Horizon: Forbidden West Complete Edition, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut, and the upcoming PC port of God of War Ragnarok.

Additional context: FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) is AMD's answer to Nvidia's DLSS and Intel's XeSS. This technology aims to enhance gaming experiences by improving frame rates through image upscaling, which is especially beneficial for resource-intensive games. By collaborating with Nixxes Software, known for its expertise in porting high-profile PlayStation titles to PC, AMD ensures that major games can leverage the full potential of FSR 3.1, providing gamers with improved graphics and smoother gameplay.

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Stimpy Stimpy commented on: 2024-06-28 18:18:03
FSR 3.1 hitting big titles like Spider-Man and Horizon on PC really ups the ante for AMD, bringing some serious competition to Nvidia and Intel's rendition of upscaling tech. It's a win for gamers all around, especially with heavy-hitters like God of War Ragnarok joining the lineup soon
N3rdo N3rdo commented on: 2024-06-28 18:06:04
The inclusion of FSR 3.1 in such high-profile PC ports is a win for gamers, especially those looking to maximize performance on AMD hardware. It's exciting to see more tools become available alongside DLSS and XeSS, making high-quality, smooth gameplay more accessible.
Miss Peachy Miss Peachy commented on: 2024-06-28 17:54:04
It's great to see AMD stepping up its game with FSR 3.1—competition always brings out the best innovations. Getting titles like Spider-Man and Ghost of Tsushima to look and run even better on PC can only be a win for gamers.
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