Crysis Remastered introduces DLSS support on PC
Crytek has released a new update for Crysis Remastered on PC that introduces support for Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling).
This technology uses AI learning to improve performance by rendering the game at a lower resolution and then scaling it back up to the preferred resolution with little to no impact on visual quality. According to Crytek, players can expect up to a 40 percent boost in performance using this feature.
“The Crysis franchise is famous for pushing the visual boundaries, so adding DLSS support was a natural fit,” Vladimir Kajalin, Principal Rendering Engineer for CRYENGINE, said. “NVIDIA DLSS is an amazing technology and gives a huge performance boost to Crysis Remastered, allowing players to get even more out of the game and their hardware.”
Crysis Remastered is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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