Modders are busy hacking AMD’s FSR 2.0 into a host of Nvidia DLSS games so we gave it a go too

The floodgates are open and the DLSS dominos are starting to fall, because AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 is now open and out in the wild. And enterprising modders have been jury-rigging the upscaler into any game they can find. The first was Cyberpunk 2077, where modder, PotatoOfDoom (opens in new tab)figured out a way to inject the feature in place of DLSS to enable AMD gamers to enjoy FSR 2.0.

That same technique has now been modified to the extent that Nexus Mods is starting to see some games—Red Dead Redemption 2 (opens in new tab) and Dying Light 2 (opens in new tab)—with their own versions of the mod, based on PotatoOfDoom’s original. Gamers are also then using those files themselves to try and get the same effect on a number of other games, with Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition (opens in new tab) and Guardians of the Galaxy (opens in new tab) both popping up on Reddit recently.

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