Bethesda is almost ready to officially add Nvidia’s graphics enhancement technology to star fieldbut first it will seek help from the PC gaming community with an optional beta test available through Steam.
The company says The game’s next update will support frame-raising DLSS (which would mean DLSS 3, if not 3.5), as well as screen controls and HDR for supported systems.
The RPG’s lack of DLSS support was an issue even before its release, with “exclusive PC partner” AMD forced to come out and insist that Bethesda would have its full support if the developers wanted to add support for the Nvidia technology. . Once the game was available, modders quickly added unofficial support for the technology, showing how it could improve performance on gaming PCs with Nvidia graphics cards.
As for the stock version, in a digital casting videoAlexander Battaglia said: “If you use Intel and Nvidia, you will get a strangely worse experience compared to AMD GPUs, in a way that is completely out of the ordinary.” star field already supports AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution 2 (FSR 2), but in a later postBethesda noted that an update to FSR 3 with AMD’s frame-generating technology would have to wait until a “future update.”
There are other fixes that Bethesda has already promised are also on the way, such as a FOV slider and 32:9 ultrawide monitor support. We’ll see what else is available when this beta test begins next week before the update is available to everyone on Xbox and PC. if you have I bought the game on Steam.You can indicate interest in joining the beta by navigating to star field in your Steam library and access your settings via the gear icon on the right and then properties. In the menu that appears, there should be a section called “betas”, with a drop-down box next to “beta participation” that should show all the available options.