Nvidia has been making waves with its DLSS tech for some time now, and AMD has finally unveiled its answer to that. FidelityFX Super Resolution (or FSR) is AMD’s new spatial upscaling technique that will boost performance and image quality- in games that support it, of course. FSR will provide four presets with different levels of scaling for players to choose from, with each offering unique resolution and performance boosts.
AMD confirms that FSR is going to be open source. Crucially, it’s also going to be a cross-platform affair. It will support all Radeon RX cards, but it’s not just limited to the newest GPUs. Since FSR is going to be open source, it will also run on competing cards, including Nvidia’s 10 Series GPUs. API support for DirectX 12, Vulkan, and DirectX 11 has also been confirmed.
You can check out AMD’s announcement of FSR below. FidelityFX Super Resolution is going to launch later this month, on June 22.