Resident Evil Village was one of several games that were confirmed to be adding support for AMD’s FSR on PC when the supersampling tech launched, and Capcom has now confirmed that that update has gone live. Taking to Twitter via the official Resident Evil account, they announced that support for FSR has been added to Resident Evil Village on PC.
According to Capcom, the update allows the game to run at higher frame rates, which allows for “an improved gaming experience.” Additionally, Capcom also says that the same update has also made adjustments to the game to “optimize the anti-piracy technology.” Recently, it emerged that Resident Evil Village’s implementation of Denuvo DRM was hobbling the game’s performance.
AMD’s FSR has been added to development kits for the Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S as well, so we should hopefully start seeing implementation in console games in the near future. Given the fact that developers are implementing support for it with remarkable ease, hopefully it’ll become widespread before too long.
An important update for Resident Evil Village players on Steam:
– FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) from AMD is now supported. FSR supports higher frame rates on PC for an improved gaming experience.
– Adjustments have been made to optimize the anti-piracy technology.
— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) July 20, 2021