Something to sit up for: Microsoft Flight Simulator is a incredible expertise, even in case you’re not into flying planes, nevertheless it requires an absolute monster of a rig if you wish to push the settings and resolutions excessive. The excellent news is that the beforehand introduced DLSS assist is coming to the sport in a few months, and now we all know that AMD’s upscaling tech, FSR, can be being added.
Asobo, the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator, introduced throughout a Q&A session final week that each Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) Technology and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) could be a part of the sport’s Update 10 dropping this July.
Additionally, Asobo stated that it’s engaged on including assist for the up to date model of AMD’s upscaler, FSR 2.0. No phrase on when that may get right here, although. And whereas Asobo Studio’s government producer Martial Bossard stated it might arrive “quickly,” together with it in Update 10 could also be a bit optimistic.
Bossard stated the studio remains to be experiencing some points with implementing DLSS assist, together with artifacts being current within the recreation and issues with some animated textures and the water surfaces.
As FSR 2.0 would not depend on machine studying, it really works on a spread of graphics playing cards, although AMD notes that will probably be extra demanding than a spatial upscaling resolution like FSR 1.0, that means you will want a beefier GPU to get probably the most out of it—particularly when upscaling to 4K. Check out AMD’s listing of suggestions within the desk under.
Microsoft not too long ago introduced Flight Simulator to Xbox Cloud Gaming so subscribers can get pleasure from it on a spread of lower-spec gadgets. Head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann stated it was the primary title on the streaming service, bringing “tons and tons of recent folks into the sport.”
Check out our comparability of DLSS 2.0 and FSR 1.0 from final 12 months. Nvidia had the sting in that battle, however will FSR 2.0 push AMD forward?