Official support for DLSS in starfield is by far the biggest complaint made by those enjoying Bethesda’s latest release on PC. Fortunately, the studio did not turn a deaf ear to the request and confirmed that support for technology developed by NVIDIA is on the way.
This was indicated by those led by Todd Howard in the official game blog. There they detailed the improvements included in the first update of starfield, and announced what features will be added in the near future. This second group is where the expected DLSS appears.
The first patch of starfield brings stability and performance improvements, as well as solutions to a handful of bugs present in some missions. But Bethesda promises that starting with the next update changes will begin to be seen with a deeper impact on gameplay.
In addition to support for NVIDIA DLSS, starfield It will add brightness and contrast controls, an HDR calibration menu and a slider to adjust the field of view (FOV). For its part, the PC version will add support for monitors ultrawide with 32:9 aspect ratio. Although the most curious thing will be, without a doubt, adding an eat button. The latter will allow players to no longer have to access the inventory every time they need food.
It is worth clarifying that some of these improvements were already being addressed by the community itself. In fact, the lack of an option to adjust the FOV had drawn criticism when starfield It was released in early access, as many players were suffering from nausea. The mods to correct this issue did not take long to appear, but it is good that Bethesda takes the step forward and offers a native solution.
starfield will receive support for DLSS and other improvements
While Bethesda has not given specific dates for when support for DLSS will arrive in starfield, everything suggests that we won’t have to wait too long. In addition, the studio has confirmed that it is working together with NVIDIA, AMD and Intel to optimize their GPU drivers and continue improving the stability and performance of its PC version.
Another interesting element is that the company has ratified its commitment to give official support to mods on all platforms. Although this will only arrive at the beginning of 2024. It is worth clarifying that, in any case, the developers have already set to work to create mods with their own tools.
One of the most talked about has been the one that added unofficial compatibility with NVIDIA’s DLSS in the version of starfield for PC. But they have also been seen others very funny and ingeniouslike the one that shows the face of Phil Spencer, the leader of Xbox, when using the flashlight.