AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution will come to Xbox Series S|X and Xbox One

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AMD’s revolutionary new upscaling technique that dramatically increases frame rates without affecting GPU or CPU was dubbed to be cross-platform.

Launched on Windows a few days ago, we knew it would be coming to Xbox anytime soon, and so, AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution has officially been announced for Xbox Series S|X and Xbox One consoles now.

Jason Ronald, a director of program management at Xbox, made the announcement that AMD FSR would be part of the Xbox GDK which will help enable the technology on Windows and all the Xbox consoles, including Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One X, and Xbox One.

So, even if you are on an old Xbox, you will eventually enjoy some boost in frame rates thanks to the new FidelityFX Super Resolution. Implementing the tech on games is very simple as FSR is implemented into their games’ graphics pipeline, requiring just a couple of hours.

New game developers will be able to adjust image quality to preserve the high framerate; however, Microsoft has not yet given an exact time frame when it would bring the feature on Xbox, but you can expect it to arrive in few weeks.

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Raunak Saha
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