Starfield Levels Up: DLSS and PC Enhancements Coming Post Launch
Bethesda, the renowned developer behind the highly-anticipated game Starfield, is diligently addressing issues and enhancing the player experience with a recent update while hinting at exciting new features on the horizon. This update, designated as version 1.7.29, primarily focuses on stability fixes and performance enhancements for the Xbox Series X/S platform.
Bethesda recognizes the importance of providing players with a seamless and enjoyable gaming experience, and this update aims to achieve just that. It specifically targets glitches on Xbox Series X/S and implements various performance improvements to minimize crashes and enhance frame rates. Moreover, Bethesda has tackled several issues that were hindering players’ progress in completing three specific quests: “All That Money Can Buy,” “Into the Unknown,” and “Shadows in Neon.” This demonstrates Bethesda’s commitment to resolving top-priority issues and ensuring that players can fully immerse themselves in the Starfield universe.
However, what truly excites the Starfield community are the upcoming features teased by Bethesda. These additions promise to elevate the gaming experience and cater to the diverse needs of players. One notable inclusion is the implementation of native DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support for PC players. DLSS technology has the potential to significantly enhance resolution and stability, particularly for gamers using NVIDIA graphics cards. Although unofficial DLSS support can be introduced through community mods, official support from Bethesda is a welcomed prospect.