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Enhancement Tech: 101 Games (Soon) Will Support AMD’s FSR 2

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The mark of 100 games compatible with AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) version 2 has been passed. AMD reports 101 games compatible with FSR 2. Regardless of the version of FSR, a total of 230 games should now be compatible with AMD enhancement technology.

AMD’s answer to Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) hides behind the FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) branding. Although both solutions work fundamentally differently, they have the common goal of providing significantly more FPS in games with no or only slight quality loss. The graphics card calculates the image at a lower resolution, but then scales it to the desired output resolution (upscaling).

After first appearing in the form of FSR 1.0 (test) last year, AMD released FSR 2.0 (test) this May. The visual improvements compared to the first version are huge. Meanwhile, AMD released FSR 2.1 – the update fixed ghosting issues that can still occur with FSR 2.0.

AMD announces 101 FSR-2 titles

AMD has now announced via Twitter that the number of FSR 2 compatible games (both FSR 2.0 and FSR 2.1) has now increased to 101 titles. Among them are numerous games that have yet to be released. At the beginning of December, AMD already had the number of titles available with FSR-2 support in 54.

One constantly updated List of games with FSR support it is maintained by the AMD community and provides version and availability details.

Nvidia DLSS with over 200 supported games and apps

Meanwhile, the distribution of AMD FSR and Nvidia DLSS is relatively even. Nvidia writes on its website of “more than 200 games and applications‘ that support DLSS. Nvidia has one too List of titles with DLSS supportwhich now has 381 entries, but also includes AI-compliant and RTX-enabled apps that don’t support DLSS.

With DLSS 3.0 (test), Nvidia is one step ahead of the competition. One general con with Nvidia: DLSS only works on GeForce RTX, AMD FSR is again an open standard that not only works with Radeon, but potentially Nvidia GeForce and Intel Arc as well.