Starfield getting DLSS3 before FSR3
There is a new update coming to Starfield next week, according to Bethesda Game Studios
The developers of Starfield, one of the most popular games released this year, have officially announced the integration of NVIDIA DLSS technology. As per a tweet on Twitter/X, the company plans to initiate a beta release on Steam before making the update accessible to all gamers.
Bethesda had previously confirmed the addition of DLSS support, but the specific release date was not mentioned. It’s noteworthy that DLSS will incorporate Frame Generation, which suggests that this will be DLSS3 version to be specific.
Note, DLSS is for PC Nvidia users only. We’ll also have AMD FSR3 support in a future update.
— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) November 1, 2023
The post also indicates that the game is set to receive multiple enhancements concerning displays and HDR controls. While additional improvements were not specified in the announcement.
It’s worth noting that Starfield currently exclusively supports AMD FSR2 technology. Developers have also confirmed that FSR3 support will arrive in the future. Both technologies share similarities by using frame generation technology. However, what’s evident is that despite the partnership between AMD and Bethesda, the game will first incorporate NVIDIA technology instead of AMD’s. However, the best news is that gamers will no longer need third-party applications or mods to enable the most advanced upscaling technologies.