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FSR 3 Coming to Consoles For The First Time With Immortals of Aveum

Ascendant Studios has announced that Immortals of Aveum will be the first game to support AMD FSR 3 on consoles. This feature will arrive across one of two game updates in the upcoming weeks. The first patch, which is already live today finally adds HDR to Immortals of Aveum. The game launched back in August last year without high dynamic range – a common issue with Unreal Engine 5 titles.

Patch has launched with HDR for Immortals of Aveum. The patch arrived on the same day the game was added to the PlayStation Plus April Essentials lineup. So if you haven’t grabbed the game yet, you now can.

However, the bigger patch, is expected in the coming weeks and will add AMD FSR 3 frame generation to consoles for the first time. The tech aims to increase the frame rate of the game via inserted, interpolated frames.

AMD has confirmed that when Immortals of Aveum gets its FSR 3 patch on consoles, the PC version will also get the same update. This means PC users will also be able to enjoy FSR 3. The patch will also add support for VRR across TVs and monitors for both consoles and PCs. This will improve the game’s frame pacing and reduce screen tearing.

FSR 3 is quite a big deal for AMD and its supported games. It is the most robust version of FSR to date and includes upscaling and frame generation under one roof. While there are still some hiccups for AMD to iron out such as using VRR with FSR 3 on PC, the company says over time, it will have more support and added features.

Immortals of Aveum is the first console game to support FSR 3 so all eyes are on Ascendant Studios to see how they implement the feature and what it does to benefit the game. If you recall, Immortals of Aveum was one of the more controversial games of 2023 due to its shoddy visuals and performance on consoles. It ran at a measly 436p on Xbox Series S and 720p on PS5. I doubt FSR 3 is going to improve the visual polish of the game but perhaps it will improve the performance.

Source: Game Blog

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