Resident Evil and Far Cry 6 will get AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution soon

To enable gaming in higher resolutions without necessarily loading the graphics card harder, both Nvidia and AMD have invested in upscaling technologies. For consumers with graphics cards from Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 2000 or RTX 3000 series, there is DLSS, which uses Tensor cores and artificial intelligence (AI) for upscaling. AMD’s DLSS challenger FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) has not yet been launched, but will be independent of specific hardware features to work.

AMD unveiled more of FSR during Computex 2021, where they among other things showed results in the game Godfall and announced that FSR will be available starting on 22 June. FSR is confirmed for over 100 graphics cards and processors, but during the presentation, only Godfall was confirmed in the game. Now reports Videocardz that there are 7 games right at launch and then 12 more “soon”.


In addition to Godfall, the first seven include 22 Racing Series, Anno 1800 and Terminator Resistance. The list of titles that are on the way includes major titles such as Far Cry 6, Resident Evil: Village and Baldurs Gate III. In total, there are 19 titles as sources for Videocardz have confirmed. In addition to game titles, 44 different game studios are also listed that are said to work with FSR. AMD has previously said that ten different game studios and game engines will implement the technology in 2021.

FSR does not use AI, and should be able to be set in four different levels. Players can choose from Ultra Quality, Quality, Balanced and Performance for greater ability to balance performance against fancy graphics. Performance is aimed at those who prioritize frame rate over image quality and Ultra Quality is instead the opposite.

Exactly which games and game developers jumped on the bandwagon will be revealed in four days. FSR will be available on June 22 for graphics cards from both AMD and Nvidia.

Are you looking forward to trying FSR on any particular game from the list? Tell us in the thread!

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