A while ago, it was already announced, but now AMD’s competitor to Nvidia’s DLSS feature, FidelityFX, has begun to expand eventually!
Like the DLSS, the AMD FidelityFX enables Super-Resolution for a smoother gameplay experience.
FidelityFX: Details and comparison with DLSS
Nvidia and AMD always keep fighting it out when giving the best GPUs and game-centric surprises.
Recently, the DLSS update from Nvidia made headlines for delivering impressive results. It made even the poorly-rendered Cyberpunk 2077, on low settings, look amazing with increased frame rates. For this purpose alone, you can count on it!
Well, AMD had also announced its answer to Nvidia’s feature. And now it’s here, rolling out gradually.
The FidelityFX Super Resolution has ultimately arrived on Unity and Unreal Engine. Not only that, but it will also make its way to Capcom’s Resident Evil Village next week.
Source code for team Radeon’s latest technology is now also available for everyone via the GPUOpen platform. Surely it will deliver a rich upscaling performance on many upcoming titles and already released demanding games.
When it comes to the comparison with Nvidia’s DLSS, however, the FidelityFX might not be as great as expected. It’s because the former has a slight edge.
DLSS uses an AI-based Deep Learning Super Sample feature. And since it’s open to all the modern GPUs, it just works no matter what.
Talking about the further expansion of AMD’s FSR, it also comes to Necromunda: Hired Gun, Arcadegeddon, and Edge of Eternity.
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Upcoming games of 2021
Meanwhile, gaming enthusiasts are looking forward to many fresh releases in the remaining half of this year.
They will have multiple choices in terms of AAA heavyweights.
Speaking of the most-awaited, potential blockbusters, then there will be names like Halo Infinite and Deathloop.
However, the vast list extends even further with Cyber Shadow, Shadow Warrior 3, and The Ascent.
GhostWire: Tokyo, Life Is Strange: True Colors, Little Devil Inside, Battlefield 2042, and Far Cry 6 are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced, ambitious titles making their debuts soon are Etched Memories, Glitchpunk, and The Day Before.
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