- Crysis Remastered received a patch on PC adding support for DLSS;
- According to the devs, enabling the option will allow for performance gains of up to 40%.
In the latest update, the PC version ofCrysis Remastered received support for DLSS 2.0 technology, which translates into significant increases in performance, especially on weaker GPU.
Crytek announced the implementation of Nvidia's technology last year, though thedevs warned that it would happen a few months after the game's release. According to the devs, the implementation of DLSS 2.0 enables us to achieve performance gains of up to 40% on GeForce RTX 2000 and 3000 series.
The full list of changes warns users that when using DLSS during gameplay, textures in the background may be unnaturally blurred. Some of the issues that occur along with the implementation of the technology can be fixed on one's own by using the console built into the game. Crytek hasn't disabled the option to change DLSS parameters, so by trial and error we can get an image closer to perfection.
The update also fixes a number of bugs related to AI and tutorial implementation in the game as well as issues causing Crysis remastered to freeze.
- Crysis Remastered - official website