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News Files and Mods 18 October 2023, 06:58

author: Adrian Werner

Assassin's Creed: Mirage With DLSS Support, But No Thanks to Ubisoft

Fan known as LukeFZ has shared a free modification that adds full DLSS support to Assassin's Creed: Mirage. Previously, the modder did the same for Lies of P.

Source: Ubisoft

Assassin's Creed: Mirage debuted without support for the DLSS technology (it is expected to receive it officially only in the future). Fortunately, this can now be fixed with a mod.

  1. By default Assassin's Creed: Mirage only supports AMD's alternative FSR technology.
  2. This unfortunate state of affairs is fixed by the modification called DLSS Frame Generation for Mirage, created by LukeFZ. As the title suggests, the mod not only adds DLSS support, but also supports frame generation technology (for this, however, you must have an RTX 40 series GPU), as well as Nvidia Reflex.
  3. Importantly, the mod is fully free. This is significant, since the analogous project by mod maker PureDark is available exclusively through his Patreon. LukeFZ accepts donations in gratitude for his work, but they are entirely voluntary.
  4. Currently, many players who would be willing to pay for mods are avoiding PureDark's projects, as he, enraged by his mods getting pirated has added a very aggressive DRM system to them. Compared to this, therefore, LukeFZ's work is much more respected, and technologically this author's mods are in no way different from those of PureDark.

It is worth mentioning that this is not the only mod of this type that LukeFZ has recently released. Last week, the author also released a similar modification for Lies of P.

  1. DLSS Frame Generation for Mirage - download the mod from our FTP server (the author has given us permission to host mirrors of his projects
  2. Lies of P Frame Generation - Replacing FSR2 with DLSS-FG - download the mod from our FTP server

Assassin's Creed: Mirage debuted on October 5 this year on PC, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. PC gamers, in addition to the lack of DLSS support, also complain about the nastily implemented chromatic aberration. Here fans have also risen to the challenge and developed a modifications disabling this effect.

Adrian Werner

Adrian Werner

A true veteran of the Gamepressure newsroom, writing continuously since 2009 and still not having enough. He caught the gaming bug thanks to playing on his friend's ZX Spectrum. Then he switched to his own Commodore 64, and after a short adventure with 16-bit consoles, he forever entrusted his heart to PC games. A fan of niche productions, especially adventure games, RPGs and games of the immersive sim genre, as well as a mod enthusiast. Apart from games, he devourers stories in every form - books, series, movies, and comics.