AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) is here, promising up to 2.5x performance boost in games supported on Nvidia and AMD graphics cards. At launch, there are seven games that support the feature, but nearly a dozen more are in the pipeline. AMD has also partnered with over 40 development studios, which means we should see this list grow in the coming months. In the meantime, we’ve rounded up every game that supports AMD Super Resolution.
FSR is a space upgrade feature that boosts performance in supported games. It does this by rendering the game at a lower internal resolution (like 1080p) and then passing it through an upscaling algorithm to achieve a higher resolution (like 1440p). After some image cleaning tricks, it renders an image close to the original resolution with no performance penalty.
Although the list of games that support FSR is small at the moment, it will grow significantly next year. AMD has been clear that the current version of FSR is only the first one and that the company will continue to develop and expand on it as time goes on.
God come down
God come down is a great showcase for the FSR. It’s one of those the best PC games, especially with ray tracing enabled. However, you will need a huge device to run it natively.
Recommended system specs require an 8th Gen Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti and Intel i7 processor, and that’s only for running the game at 1080p over 60 fps. If you want to run it in 4K with all the sliders turned on, you’ll need FSR.
Anno 1800 It seems like an odd choice for FSR, but we found it to be a perfect complement to AMD’s upscaling technology in our Super Resolution review.
While gameplay is often limited by the CPU – it doesn’t benefit much from FSR’s more extreme modes – FSR still boosts frame rates without sacrificing image quality. Anno 1800 there’s not a lot of fine detail when you zoom out, so FSR can remove a lot of detail without sacrificing the experience.
The Riftbreaker It’s not officially out yet, but it already supports FSR in the demo. It’s a base building survival game in style Qualified or Oxygen not included, but with a little action.
The player-controlled Mr. Riggs wields a sword and a gun to take on any aliens that threaten the base, so between quiet base-building sessions you’ll be up against hordes of enemies. The Riftbreaker scheduled to launch in 2021.
Terminator: Resistance is an FPS game set in the “Future War” mentioned in destroyer and Terminator 2. You take control of an army of the Resistance years after Judgment Day with one simple goal: Survive.
even though Terminator: Resistance Primarily a linear shooter, it features various dialogue options and endings, allowing the player to control the game world and how the story unfolds.
Kingshunt is not out yet, but the playtest is limited to FSR support. It’s an online third-person action game where two teams of five attack and slash each other. In addition to melee-focused combat, players can use abilities to build structures near their base.
Kingshunt combines third person hack with tower defense and it’s currently set to be released in 2021.
Evil Genius 2: World Domination
Evil Genius 2: World Domination help you control the bad guys. You control the evil genius with the goal of building his evil lair and setting your plan for world domination into action.
The game isn’t too demanding, so it’s not FSR’s best performance on mid- to high-end hardware. If you rely solely on recommended system specifications, FSR can boost your performance without downgrading too much in terms of visuals.
22 Race Series
22 Race Series It’s not out yet, but it’s on AMD’s list of supported games. It is described as a “real-time strategy racing” game, and the core of the game involves racing around a 360-degree track with simulations of real physics.
The “real-time strategy” bit comes from the fact that you can enable tracking capabilities and do mid-range upgrades to your car, which will keep each race feeling distinct. .
Far Cry 6
Far Cry 6 is the latest entry in Ubisoft’s longstanding FPS franchise. The game is set on the fictional island of Yara, which is like “a tropical paradise frozen in time”. You take control of a former Yaran soldier caught up in the revolution.
“El Presidente” Antón Castillo, the island’s fascist dictator, is your target, and Far Cry 6 will send you crafting, collecting and shooting to take him down. The game is set to release on October 7, 2021.
Resident Evil Village
Resident Evil Village continue the story about Resident Evil 7, puts the player in control of Ethan Winters as he investigates a mysterious village in Europe.
Like best Resident Evil game, Village takes you through maze maps to find ammo and important items, all while trying to dodge zombies that want to eat your face. Village Available on PC now, but AMD has yet to announce when they will get FSR support.
Dota 2 is one of the biggest eSports games in the world and as such, it doesn’t have overly demanding system requirements.
You can run the game even if you have a graphics card that says “ATI” and not “AMD”. FSR support is not about boosting performance on mid-range or even low-end hardware, but about optimizing the game to run on systems with minimal graphics power at resolutions and speeds higher frame.
Unless there’s an FSR plan for a game from 1993, this Myst is a remake slated for release in late 2021. It was developed by Cyan Worlds, the company that created the original, and features brand new art, sounds, textures, and everything in between.
It’s a proper remake, not a remake. In addition, players will be able to enter the game entirely in VR or change the game with an optional random puzzle. It still doesn’t have a launch date, but the developer says it will launch in the second half of this year.
Necromunda: Rented Guns
Necromunda: Rented Guns is the latest game set in Warhammer 40K The universe. You are a hired gunman in the beehive world of Necromunda, tasked with hunting down criminals and mutants to earn money and upgrade your arsenal.
In addition to just shooting, you can use your grappling hook to quickly swing around environments and release your online rogue’s killer jaws. Necromuna: Rented Gun Available now on PC, but AMD hasn’t announced when they will get FSR support.
Forspoken is the latest from Final Fantasy XV developer Luminous Productions and that’s all we know about it right now. The limited gameplay shown paints a picture of fast, agile off-roading in a vibrant world. The game will feature ray tracing and large-scale procedural world generation, making FSR support a necessity. Forspoken scheduled to launch in 2022.
Asterigos is a game, we think. It is listed as an upcoming FSR-enabled game on AMD’s website, but we couldn’t find any information about it online. We couldn’t find much like a game announcement trailer, let alone a list or screenshots. Regardless, whenever the game arrives, it will have FSR support.
Gate 3 of Baldur
Gate 3 of Baldur continues the legacy of Baldur’s Gate that started on PC in 1998. Developed by Divinity: Original Sin 2 developer Larian Studios, Gate 3 of Baldur marry the rich world of Dungeons and Dragons with the rewarding gameplay of Original sin 2.
Gate 3 of Baldur Currently in early access. We think FSR will come late in development, but AMD and Larian have yet to announce anything.
Edge of Eternity
Edge of Eternity is a modern game following the classic JRPG formula. Like the best JRPGs, you control a group of characters with unique abilities through an epic fantasy world.
The game went through a long early access period, but build 1.0 was released in June. The FSR update could come when the game launches on PlayStation 5 later this year, but the developers are still nothing has been announced yet.
Farming Simulator 22
Farming Simulator 22 is the next entry in Giants Software’s hugely popular Farming Simulator series. If you’ve played the game before, you know what’s available for this game.
Lacking updated visuals and more items, it’s all about taking care of your farm. However, this release is a bit special as it is the first game in the series developed and published by Giants Software. The game will launch on November 22, 2021.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt is a battle royale drama based on the hit classic Vampire: The Masquerade. Set in dark city streets, the game throws you into the ring against other players to claim the winner’s circle.
In addition to the weapon you find, you will need to use your supernatural ability to make it normal. Developer Sharkmob is currently working on the game and has not set a release date yet. A closed alpha is scheduled for July 2, 2021.