Today, we’re pleased to announce that two more high-speed games have received and will receive (AMD) FSR 2.2. The first game, Need for Speed Unbound, will be available on December 2, 2022. The second is F1 22, which will be updated in January 2023 with FSR 2.2. In addition to these new FSR 2.2 games, we’re excited to announce that an upcoming update to 3DMark will include an FSR Feature Test that will use FSR 2.2.
Gamers can now experience next-level immersion and higher framerates in Need for Speed Unbound thanks to FSR 2.2, as well as the FSR 2.2 update for F1 22, which is set to be released in January 2023. FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 2.2, the latest iteration of AMD’s advanced upscaling technology, has been added to two more racing game franchises, Need for Speed Unbound and F1 22. This brings the total number of FSR 2 supported to a total of.
In addition, in an upcoming update, 3DMark by UL Solutions will include an FSR Feature Test that will use FSR 2.2. Users can easily compare the performance and image quality of FSR 2 enabled games at various quality mode settings with this test. Cyberpunk 2077
High-Speed Enhancements with FSR 2.2
FSR 2.1 has been a huge success, with more than half of the FSR 2 games already using v2.1 (or higher). But, at AMD, we never stop developing, and we recently announced FSR 2.2 at our AMD RadeonTM RX 7900 Series graphics launch on November 3. This new version improves on FSR 2.1 in terms of quality, especially in high-speed games like Forza Horizon .
F1 22 from Electronic Arts and Codemasters is the third game to receive FSR 2.2. With FSR 2.2, you can take your virtual F1 racing experience to the next level, with incredible framerates at high resolutions, ray tracing enabled, and even in VR! FSR 1 is already supported in the game, and an update with FSR 2.2 will be available in January 2023.