AMD is rapidly catching up with NVIDIA, and implementing its performance improvement technology into more and more games. FSR 2.0 is supported now on the PC versions of Red Dead Redemption 2 and GhostWire: Tokyo.
The technology was introduced to games with the help of patched. That update adds new costumes and emotes to GhostWire: Tokyo.
Tsukimi was born because of the lunar moon, and now you can see its beauty with upgraded framerates on PC in todays update that adds support for AMD FSR 2.0.
A new emote and a new costume are also unlocking tomorrow, 9/7, for PC and PS5 players. See: https://t.co/5wD6g4xAow pic.twitter.com/BD3EbMrEaS.
Ghosts: Tokyo (@playshosts) September 6-2022.
Rockstar Games also fixed a number of bugs, reduced lag with control, and added some new missions to Red Dead Online. The latter sounds ironic, since the network project was discovered back in July.
What extent will the number of frames per second increase after the introduction of FSR 2.0 is still unknown. According to the company, the performance of the RDR2 analogue FSR (DLSS) from NVIDIA increased by 45% from 4K resolution.