Starfield’s New Update Officially Adds DLSS Support

Nvidia’s DLSS upscaling technology has finally been added to Starfield after a long wait. The update was initially released in beta form through an opt-in Steam beta version earlier this month, but Bethesda has now made it available to all players. This update is a much-needed improvement to the game, which was criticized for its performance issues and lack of PC-specific features at launch.

With Starfield‘s DLSS upscaling technology, players can enjoy the game at higher resolutions while keeping framerates more manageable. The new feature includes DLSS Super Resolution, Deep Learning Anti-aliasing (DLAA), Nvidia Reflex Low Latency, and DLSS Frame generation to improve image quality and overall performance. The update also allows users to upscale the resolution of the in-game video menu, which was a community request.

Apart from Nvidia DLSS, the latest update also introduces several other graphics and performance enhancements. For example, the renderer threading model has been improved, reducing CPU usage on high-end GPUs while improving rendering performance.

Another change addresses the issue where some materials could present an unintended pattern under certain conditions.

Additionally, the eat button has been added so that players can instantly consume food discovered in the world rather than having to store it in their inventory and then eat it.

Lastly, the team has implemented various bug fixes to make Starfield‘s overworld more hospitable for the player. For instance, the Akila City guards will no longer be naked when you walk by them, while a rare bug where the Grylloba Queen couldn’t be negotiated with has been fixed.

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The latest update addresses that space debris gets stuck to the player’s ship while traveling through space. If you load a saved game, the space debris will now be removed. However, the patch note says that this fix only applies to space debris and not to instances where the player’s ship has New Atlantis attached.

Starfield is available now on PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 4.

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