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The long-awaited Nvidia DLSS update for Red Dead Redemption 2 has arrived, and according to Nvidia, you can expect noticeable improvements in performance with RTX cards. Nvidia he writes that “all GeForce RTX players” can expect more than 60 fps at 1080p with settings set to ultra. Good news, as during our comparison of the RTX 2060, for example, he fought to turn 60.
Nvidia provides some examples of what you can expect with its 30 series cards. At 1440p with an RTX 3060 Ti at ultra, you should get over 60 fps, while at 4k with an RTX 3070 (or faster) you will achieve 60 fps with ultra configurations. Once the patch is installed, you will find the DLSS switch in the Settings / Graphics menu.
Red Dead Redemption 2 was released for PC in 2019, but it still launches even the new 30 Series cards, with a bit of violence needed between resolution, detail, and frame rate. With the DLSS patch, we hope some of these commitments are no longer needed, and that's good news especially for people who continue to play cards in the 20 series.
DLSS stands for Deep Sampling Super Learning and uses artificial intelligence to dynamically increase image and frame quality. AMD launched its own alternative last month in the form of AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (or FSR).
This new patch also applies to Red Dead Online and coincides with the release of its new update, Blood money, which are robberies at high-stakes banks.