Bethesda has announced that it will be releasing an update for the PC version of Starfield soon, bringing with it support for Nvidia DLSS with frame generation, display and HDR controls, and other optimisations. To start with, the update will only bne available through a beta branch of Starfield on Steam, after which it will be eventually released to all PC and Xbox players.
This is the second update for Starfield that will be bringing with it important PC-related features. Back in October, an update brought with it the ability for players to adjust their field of view in the game thanks to an FoV slider. The update also brought with it performance and stability improvements.
Despite these problems, Starfield has been quite successful for Bethesda. According to Microsoft’s Q1 2024 earnings, over 11 million players had played Starfield. CEO Satya Nadella also noted that nearly half of the hours spent playing Starfield were on PC.
Starfield is out on PC and Xbox Series X/S. For more details, check out our review.
We've been hard at work on @StarfieldGame updates and will be putting our next one into Steam Beta next week.
This update will feature Nvidia DLSS support with frame generation, display and HDR controls for supported systems, and other optimizations and improvements. You'll be…
— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) November 1, 2023