Starfield is getting NVIDIA DLSS support next week

Starfield announced that support for NVIDIA’s DLSS technology is coming to the game soon.

The update will first be available via Steam beta and will eventually roll out to all PC users with certain graphics cards. DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to “generate” more frames and increase FPS and resolution.

The technology is less stressful on GPU hardware than more traditional forms of improving graphical fidelity.

You can read the announcement from Bethesda below:

We’ve been hard at work on @StarfieldGame updates and will be putting our next one into Steam Beta next week.

This update will feature Nvidia DLSS support with frame generation, display and HDR controls for supported systems, and other optimizations and improvements. You’ll be able to opt-in to try it via the Steam Beta options. We’d love your feedback before it goes live for all PC and Xbox players after that. Stay tuned for the specifics soon, and thanks for playing!

Starfield is available now on Windows PC (via Steam) and Xbox Series X|S.

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