AMD Launches FidelityFX Super Resolution with Studio and Game Support
Our friends at AMD have just launched the much anticipated FSP (FidelityFX Super Resolution) which is designed as an open source competitor to NVIDIA’s DLSS to boost framerates without impacting visuals. You can bet that BTR will review it for our readers! Here is AMD’s press release summary:
Today, AMD launched FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), its cutting-edge, open-source spatial upscaling technology, designed to boost framerates and deliver a high-quality, high-resolution gaming experience. More than 40 developers plan to support and integrate FSR into top titles and game engines. And beginning today, FSR is available in seven exciting titles: Anno 1800, Evil Genius 2, Godfall, Kingshunt, 22 Racing Series, Terminator: Resistance and The Riftbreaker, with additional games expected to provide support by the end of 2021.
FSR is supported on more than 100 AMD GPUs and processors, as well as on competitive graphics solutions, to benefit all gamers. Providing up to 2.4X higher performance at 4K across select titles compared to native resolution, FSR was designed for easy integration into new and existing titles across a wide range of platforms.
FSR is expected to be broadly available to game developers in mid-July 2021 as a free download for the AMD GPUOpen community. More information about FSR, including images and a comprehensive list of supporting developers and titles, can be found here. You can download the latest version of Radeon Software here bringing FSR support for select titles. Additionally, you can also learn more in the following press release here and blog post here.