“Judgement” gains Intel XeSS support and AMD FSR 2.1 “Native” profile

Published: 4th Oct 2022, 07:45 GMT   Comments

Crime solving in Tokyo with Intel XeSS

Judgement and sequel Lost Judgement are a new action-adventure games which made a debut on PCs just 2 weeks ago. The game series was actually released on PlayStation back in 2018, Sega is now bringing the franchise to PCs. It is an action adventure and crime solving story featuring defense attorney Takayuki Yagami, who is busy doing detective work in Tokyo.

The latest 1.02 patch brings Intel XeSS temporal upscaling technology, just 12 days before official launch of Arc GPUs. Naturally, gamers can already use this technology with other vendors GPUs, but also integrated graphics

Judgement 1.02 patch notes

  • Support added for Intel XeSS.
  • Addition of FSR2.1 Native quality.
    *Native works only when it has the same drawing resolution, adopting only the FSR2.1 Anti-aliasing effect .
  • Fixed an issue where a black screen would display when playing Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown.
  • Fixed an issue with VSync set to ON that caused instability with higher frame rates.
  • Improved boot-up stability.
  • Patch version description on title screen and smart phone menu have been updated to reflect the correct version.
  • Miscellaneous additional fixes.

Alternatively, gamers can also use AMD FSR 2.1 which is already present in the game. Here we learn that the same patch brings a new profile called “Native”. It looks like AMD is finally releasing its NVIDIA DLAA alternative, an antialiasing technology powered by machine learning but rendered at native resolutions. This means higher image quality but no performance benefits from resolution upscaling.

Source: Steam




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