Learn how to enable DLSS in Starfield.
Devs of Starfield have made an interesting choice for the PC version when it comes to supersampling technology. As it is reported, Starfield only uses the second version of AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), which is different from games that use Nvidia’s famous Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). However, it was intended since AMD and Bethesda have an exclusive partnership that makes AMD the “exclusive PC partner for Starfield.”
However, the mod community (God Blesseth thy souls) has come up with “something” that is super handy for both Nvidia and Intel users with supported GPUs. As a result, the DLSS is again available to be tried on to get the best essence from Starfield. Without further ado, let’s jump right into it.
Starfield DLSS Mod
The much-needed mod from PureDark improves the game by adding DLSS support. This is now available on Intel GPUs, RTX cards, and XeSS technology. The mod also adds a ReShade CAS effect to keep pictures sharp since DLSS doesn’t have a built-in sharpener. By adding more ReShade options, players can change how they play. Moreover, this speed boost relies on what your GPU can do, but players can use the DLSS pipeline for better anti-aliasing or choose DLAA for a small speed boost.
How to Install DLSS Mod
Not holding you much longer. Follow the steps below:
- Download the DLSS Mod.
- Then extract and copy the files into Starfield’s default installation path.
- Next, download the dependency plugin.
- Now, copy the extracted folder, UpscalerBasePlugin, into
- Next, download NVIDIA DLSS DLL. Unzip the file and copy nvngx_dlss_3.5.0 into both
How to Enable DLSS Mod
- First of all, launch Starfield. Go to Settings and head to Display, then Upscaling. Make sure FSR2 is enabled.
- Then press the END Key. It will bring out the Starfield Upscaler Menu.
- From here, you can select either DLSS or XeSS. And there you go.
Now, you can have the full essence you have been waiting for. Prost!