Star Wars Jedi: Survivor NVIDIA DLSS 3 Frame Generation Demo Shows Massive FPS Gains

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PureDark, a YouTuber and modder, has released a gameplay video that teases how much better Star Wars Jedi: Survivor could run if EA and Respawn Entertainment ever decided to add NVIDIA DLSS 3 and Frame Generation to their new action-adventure game, which released last week on Friday, April 28. The beginning of the video demonstrates disappointing frame rates as low as 39 FP, but after Frame Generation is enabled, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor runs a ton better, with frame rates exceeding 100 FPS. PureDark said that he might release the mod soon, although users should be wary of problems that include “noticeable artifacts.”

From a YouTube description:

I can only mod DLSSG into it, but because of denovo I can’t replace FSR2 with DLSS.

As you can see there’s noticeable artifacts, more noticeable than in Skyrim and Elden Ring, maybe because of the light saber trail is not easy to be interpolated.

And of course it doesn’t have camera info such as position and all the matrices.

Usable I would say, but not very polished implementation.

Currently only for showcasing, I might release this version very soon, cuz I have no intention of polishing it further. I might just drop this as is and then get back to Elden Ring and Fallout 4.

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