AMD Reveals the First Games With FSR 2.0 Support

AMD has named a host of games that will either launch with or gain FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 2.0 support in the coming weeks and months. The chip designer also outlined an updated version of its Raise the Game bundle to coincide with the launch of the new AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT, Radeon RX 6750 XT and Radeon RX 6650 XT graphics cards.

AMD FSR 2.0 Games Ahoy

Not many will be surprised that Deathloop by Arkane Studios and Bethesda is the first shipping game with an FSR 2.0 implementation. It featured prominently during AMD’s GDC 2022 presentation about the updated upscaling technology, which took place mid-March. Deathloop is scheduled to get a patch to enable FSR 2.0 on Thursday May 12.

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As a reminder, FSR 2.0 should bring a quality lift compared to the previous iteration of the technology with a shift from spatial upscaling to temporal upscaling with “optimized” anti-aliasing features. Nvidia made a similar shift with the DLSS 2.x vs. DLSS 1.x upgrade. However, AMD FSR 2.0 still won’t be using ML processing in the PC, and the technology should run on RX 5000-series and GTX 16-series and newer GPUs. It may also work on older GPUs, but AMD doesn’t make any promises about performance in that case.

Along with Deathloop, AMD says that the following games will get FSR 2.0 compatibility “in the coming months.”

  • astrigos,
  • Delysium,
  • EVE Online,
  • Farming Simulator 22,
  • Forspoken,
  • grounded,
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator,
  • NiShuiHan,
  • perfect world remake,
  • Swordsman Remake,
  • Unknown 9: Awakening.

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