In a groundbreaking development for gaming enthusiasts, a leaked mod has surfaced, unlocking the potential for AMD FSR 3 “Frame Generation” in any FSR 2 game. This revelation comes from the efforts of LukeFZ, a seasoned developer whose work has previously impacted notable titles such as Starfield, Deadspace 3, Alan Wake II, Hogwarts Legacy, and The Last of Us Part 1.
Traditionally, enabling advanced features like AMD FSR 3 required games to have native support for NVIDIA’s DLSS upscaling and frame-generation technology. However, LukeFZ’s latest mod transcends these limitations, allowing users to seamlessly patch in the FSR 2 framework to support FSR 3 and its innovative frame-generation feature.
One of the key advantages of this leaked mod is its cross-platform compatibility. It extends support to both AMD and NVIDIA GPUs, liberating gamers from the reliance on a game’s exclusive compatibility with NVIDIA’s DLSS technology. This development opens up new possibilities for users with diverse gaming setups, ensuring a more inclusive gaming experience.
The leaked documents accompanying LukeFZ’s mod provide an extensive guide on making the mod work for a wide range of titles on both Windows and Linux operating systems. The guide includes a handy compatibility list, streamlining the process for users eager to enhance their gaming experience with AMD FSR 3.
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Installation of the mod is a straightforward process, and the guide details the steps for both compatible and non-compatible titles. For the latter, users are directed to follow the “Regular FSR2FSR3 installation” steps. This involves identifying the FSR2 version used by the game, downloading the corresponding mod version, navigating to the game’s executable, and launching the game to confirm the successful integration of FSR 3.
The “FSR2FSR3 + CyberFSR installation” section introduces additional steps for specific games, emphasizing the need for users to carefully follow the instructions for optimal performance. This includes downloading a specific file named PotatoIsBack.zip, extracting it alongside the game executable, and running additional scripts to enable FSR 3 successfully.
Notable games that were previously confined to FSR 2 but are now accessible for preview with the AMD FSR 2 to FSR 3 mod include The Last of Us Part I, Dead Space (2023), Hogwarts Legacy, MS-Man Remastered, UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves, HITMAN World of Assassination, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Remnant II, Cyberpunk 2077, Alan Wake 2, Dying Light 2, Watch Dogs: Legion, Metro Exodus Enhanced, STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor, Ready Or Not, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
The significance of this leaked mod lies not only in its ability to enhance the graphical capabilities of these games but also in its democratization of cutting-edge features across different GPU platforms. Similar to the NVIDIA DLSS to FSR 3 mod, LukeFZ’s creation ensures that the benefits of frame generation are now accessible to both AMD and NVIDIA GPU users, marking a major step towards a more unified and inclusive gaming landscape. As the gaming community eagerly embraces this development, it remains to be seen how this will influence future developments in the ever-evolving world of gaming technology.