These Are the First Games to Support AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution

These Are the First Games to Support AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution

Gaming technology has come a long way, and it was only a matter of time before AI tools were used to make what we play even better. NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) tech does just this to boost a game’s visuals without the need for top-of-the-line hardware. AMD was lagging in this regard but has since announced a would-be competitor labeled FidelityFX Super Resolution.

These Are the First Games to Support AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution
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This tech functions similarly to DLSS, where AI runs visuals through an algorithm to create more true-to-life colors and textures. This is all done through software, so gamers don’t need to have the latest graphics card powering their systems.

Courtesy of a leak discovered by VideoCardz, we now have a list of games that will support AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) technology. Seven of these games will have FSR support from launch, while twelve will be supported soon after, though we have not been given an exact timeline.

Titles Supporting FSR at Launch

  1. 22 Racing Series
  2. Anno 1800
  3. Evil Genius 2
  4. Godfall
  5. KingShunt
  6. Terminator Resistance
  7. The Riftbraker

Titles Getting FSR Support Soon After

  1. Asterigos
  2. Baldur’s Gate III
  3. DOTA 2
  4. Edge of Eternity
  5. Far Cry 6
  6. Farming Simulator 22
  7. Forspoken
  8. Myst
  9. Necromunda: Hired Gun
  10. Resident Evil Villiage
  11. Swordsman Remake
  12. Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodhunt
These Are the First Games to Support AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution
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There is even a list of publishers which plan to support AMD’s FSR, giving us a good idea of the kind of games we can expect to support the tech.

Developers Pledged to Support FSR

  1. ACME Gamestudio
  2. Bloober Team
  3. Crystal Dynamics
  4. Digital Sky
  5. Focus Home Interactive
  6. GOATI Entertainment
  7. Kobold
  8. Midgar Studio
  9. Nixxes
  10. Perfect World Games
  11. Rebellion
  12. Streum on Studio
  13. The Farm 51
  14. UMI Co. Ltd
  15. Vaki Games
  16. Ashar Studios
  17. Capcom
  18. Cyan Worlds
  19. Electronic Arts & Frostbite
  20. Gearbox Publishing
  21. Illfonic
  22. Larian Studios
  23. Movie Games
  24. Obsidian Entertainment
  25. Plastic
  26. Reflector Entertainment
  27. Superbright
  28. Turtle Rock Studios
  29. Unity
  30. Valve
  31. Avalanche Software
  32. Counterplay Games
  33. Destructive Creations
  34. EXOR Studios
  35. Giants Software
  36. Koch Media
  37. Luminous Productions
  38. My.Games
  39. Oxide Interactive
  40. QLOC
  41. SHarkmob
  42. Teyon
  43. Ubisoft
  44. Warner Bros. Games

Given that both, the list of games and developers, have been sourced from a leak, and no official confirmation has been broadcasted, this information should be taken with a grain of salt.

While FidelityFX Super Resolution is being marketed as a competitor to DLSS, it does differ from NVIDIA’s tech in two ways. The first being that it does not use any form of Deep Learning/Machine Learning to work. The second is it does not support motion vector.

AMD has yet to share the source code for FSR with NVIDIA, so GeForce users will have to wait a bit longer for the optimizations to be available once the tech is launched, which is scheduled for June 22nd.

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