AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.1 and Intel XeSS are now available in Martha Is Dead, the dark psychological thriller from publisher Wired Productions and leading Italian studio LKA. This is the same game that made headlines earlier this year for being censored on PlayStation due to some of its controversial scenes, which reportedly include a sequence where the player has to cut off the face of the protagonist’s dead sister. PC players can now see what that looks like under AMD and Intel’s upscaling technologies, both of which claim to offer similar, or even better than, native image quality. Martha Is Dead is available on Steam for 30% off until November 23.
The new update includes:
- Metahuman Videos Added for graphical settings below ‘Ultra’ for all PC’s running the Steam version of the game. This replaces the text versions of the prologue and epilogues on machines previously unable to run Metahuman tech.
- Added Support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.1, an enhanced upscaling algorithm used to and designed to deliver similar or better than native image quality whilst improving frame rate on supported hardware.
- Added Intel XeSS Support for DirectX12, an upscaling solution which results in an image that looks like the native resolution, with much higher performance.
A description for Martha Is Dead:
Martha Is Dead is set in Tuscany, Italy in 1944, as conflict intensifies between German and Allied forces. The story follows Giulia, the young daughter of a German soldier, investigating the death of her twin sister, Martha. Blurring the lines between reality, superstition, and the tragedy of War, Martha Is Dead has received worldwide critical acclaim since its launch in February this year.