AMD FSR 2.0 mods start to appear as gamers can’t wait for frame rate increases

AMD’s FSR 2.0 (Super Resolution FidelityFX) is still relatively new to the gaming scene and hardly any games yet – but modders have taken matters into their own hands in some cases when it comes to unofficially pushing support to the frame rate increase technology.

We’ve already seen a mod for Cyberpunk 2077 by the fun-named modder PotatoOfDoom, which essentially leverages DLSS support to bring in FSR 2.0, and this workaround is now also available in mods for Red Dead Redemption 2 and Dying Light 2. The latter were worked on by other modders on Nexus Mods, but still based on the original PotatoOfDoom mod.

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