The video of Starfield, with the result being taken from 16K resolution, was released today by the renowned developer, AMD FSR 2 and modified DLSS 2 upscalers to highlight the differences in their visuals.
The comparison video from Frozburn was shot on a powerful machine with an Intel i9-12900K processor and RTX 4090 GPU. In contrast, the performance is similar to FSR 2 and DLSS 2 and the quality is slightly improved in the picture, and more clearly with DLSS 2. Until the future of new-born frames – courtesy of modder PureDark, there is no doubt Starfield will be the best able to achieve on PCs with NVIDIA technology.
Shortly after Frozburn compared Starfield FSR 2 and DLSS 2, ElAnalistaDeBits shared a comparison video and comparing the PC and console versions, highlighting that the Xbox S version is very well optimized and runs at 30 frames per second, despite the current ad if any.
Starfield can be purchased on PC, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S if you use the Digital Premium or Constellation Editions Games. The game will go on Xbox Game Pass on September 6.