AMD Announces FSR 2.0 Coming to Microsoft's Xbox Series Consoles

AMD officially released the latest version of super-resolution technology FidelityFX Super Resolution FSR 2.0 on March 17. Whether it is quality mode or performance mode, it has made great progress compared with FSR 1.0, and there is no limit. Hardware, N card can also be used.

FSR 2.0 will be launched in the second quarter of 2022, "Death Loop" will be one of the first supported games, and the SE open-world action RPG masterpiece "Curse Land" will also be released in October. Will support FSR 2.0.

On the latest blog on the official website, AMD also stated that FSR 2.0 will also support the Xbox console platform, and Xbox game developers can use it in their games. However, AMD itself has no idea when Xbox games that support FSR 2.0 will arrive.

"Also, for game developers, we are pleased to announce that FSR 2.0 will also have full support on Xbox, and registered game developers can use FSR 2.0 into their games on the Xbox development console. However, for gamers, we don't have a clear timeline for you to see Xbox games that support FSR 2.0."

FSR 2.0 will change from spatial scaling to a new generation of temporal scaling, which can provide better image quality than the original resolution, while also greatly improving anti-aliasing capabilities. Officially, FSR 2.0 can provide significantly higher image quality than FSR 1.0 at all quality mode presets and screen resolutions. Unlike NVIDIA DLSS and Intel XeSS, AMD FSR 2.0 still does not use machine learning algorithms, which means it is compatible with a wider range of graphics cards, even non-AMD graphics cards.

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