NVIDIA is preparing a new Ultra Quality mode for DLSS technology

The Ultra Quality mode found in the Unreal Engine 5 documents is promised to provide the best image quality, but little else is known about it.

NVIDIA recently introduced DLSS upgrades, but recent leaks from Unreal Engine already signal new features looming in the future. In addition, DLSS has recently received several minor updates that, among other things, reduce business artifacts.

A reference to the new Ultra Quality DLSS setting has been found in the Unreal Engine documentation. Currently, the game engine supports four different quality settings. With the Quality setting, the game is rendered with a resolution of 66.6% of the selected one, with the Balanced setting at 58% resolution, with Performance at 50% resolution, and with the Ultra Performance setting recommended for 8K resolution only at 33.3% resolution.

Unfortunately, the documentation does not reveal more detailed information about the new Ultra Quality mode. Its description simply states that it offers the best image quality of the DLSS options, which is self-evident by its very name. In addition, a statement is included that the status should not yet be visible to the end user. NVIDIA once introduced DLSS 2X mode, in which the game would be rendered at native resolution, but it was never released for use. At the moment, on the other hand, there are also no indications that the new Ultra Quality mode has anything to do with the old 2X mode.

Another DLSS news is the new DLSS 2.2.9 version found in Unreal Engine 5. So far, the latest known was Rainbow Six Siegen 2.2.6. DigitalFoundry’s Alexander Battaglia has already made the first comparisons between the versions. New isn’t always better, because while 2.2.9 looks clearly better in Doom Eternal in some situations than the 2.1.66 that comes with the game, in other situations it’s the opposite. Indeed, Battaglia currently recommends the middle version 2.2.6, which is known to have the fewest artifacts.

Source: VideoCardz, Alexander Battaglia @ Twitter


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