AMD FSR 3.1 update is available for five games including Ghost of Tsushima

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  • AMD’s recent frame generation tech is now utilized in 5 PlayStation games, as announced by the firm. 
  • Horizon Forbidden West, Spider-Man Remastered, and Ghost of Tsushima are some of the games with the latest frame generation tech. 
  • Nixxes Software announced six titles, but only five games are already available for gaming.

Nixxes Software has already incorporated the AMD FSR 3.1 into five game titles, including Ghost of Tsushima. Although the AMD FSR 3.1 launched in March, most games started using the technology in June.

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According to AMD, the recent FSR 3.1 offers better frame generation performance-improvement capabilities. The FSR 3.1 is now available on all modern graphics cards. Unlike Nvidia’s DLSS, AMD does not restrict its features to a particular vendor, making the feature widespread.

Nixxes Software announces six games with the FSR 3.1 feature

The software company has announced six new games that come with the recent FSR 3.1 feature. Nixxes invited players to try out the five games currently available. 

Nixxes also mentioned that they have one more game in the pipeline that has yet to be released to gamers. The new games announced by Nixxes are Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Horizon Forbidden West, Ghost of Tsushima, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, God of War Ragnarok (upcoming) and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. 

AMD announces new FSR 3.1 updates 

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. said that the recent updates with FSR 3.1 include advanced temporal stability. The stability minimizes shimmering and flickering. It also boosts ghosting reduction, as revealed by the company. The firm said the advanced temporal stability preserves details for tech upscaling.

Due to these advancements, gamers can even run the game at a lower resolution. However, players can still stretch the image out to ensure it fits the screen’s size. This is what Nvidia’s DLSS 2 does. As a result, players get better image quality advancements than FSR 2.2, as revealed by AMD. 

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AMD also explained the improved ghosting reduction and boosted detail preservation. Additionally, AMD acknowledged its commitment to developer support, which is available for Xbox Game Development Kit (GDK) and Vulkan.

The software firm also revealed the upgradable FSR API, enabling developers to easily access all future FSR versions. The company’s new, improved frame generation, which is a decoupled frame gen tech, functions perfectly with other solutions for upscaling.

Cryptopolitan reporting by Collins J. Okoth

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