Crytek released a new update for Crysis Remastered on Friday to bring support for Nvidia’s DLSS for different cards. In the official blog post, the company noted that the new update will “dramatically improved performance, making Crysis Remastered look and play even better”.
In case you didn’t know, Nvidia DLSS uses Deep Learning and AI enhanced rendering to produce sharp moving images from lower resolution inputs. Although the first version of DLSS was underwhelming, the latest version has been praised by everyone for providing a rendering performance boost at a quality beyond simpler game resolution scaling options can provide. According to Crytek, the latest update will increase frame rate of Crysis Remastered by as much as 40 percent.
In addition to the DLSS support, the latest update fixes numerous bugs. In the blog post, the company noted the addition of original controls, multithread optimizations, and the addition of the Ascension level.
Shortly after the update, the company noted that the latest patch broke the Motion Blur. However, they’ve released a hotfix to turn off Motion Blur Temporarily. If you are playing the title on consoles, you’ll be glad to know that Crytek promised several new additions pretty soon.