The game is shown to run in 4K@60FPS with the DLSS mod and a ReShade injection in a new graphical showcase for Starfield RTX 4090 by German YouTuber “Digital Dreams.” This showcase makes use of the DLSS 3.5 mod and the Starfield upscale mod, which swap out the in-game FSR 2 upscale with DLSS/XeSS. In comparison to the PC game’s native resolution, the combination of these mods delivers notable enhancements.
The highly anticipated sci-fi role-playing game Starfield from Bethesda has a distinctive green color filter that gives the experience a cinematic flair.
Some gamers, however, have stated that they would prefer a game without this green tone. The ‘Beyond All Limits’ ReShade setting from the YouTuber offers a more colorful option. The comparison video for the Starfield RTX 4090 ReShade On/Off enables users to select their preferred version.
It should be noted that only Patreon subscribers presently have access to the ReShade preset displayed in the video. However, probably, comparable mods like ReShades will probably soon be made accessible to a larger audience.
Early access to Starfield is presently available for individuals who bought the Premium or Constellation editions on PC and Xbox Series X|S. Recent comparisons have demonstrated how effectively the game has been tuned for the Series S. Starfield will debut worldwide on September 6.
In our post-launch assessment, we discover that Starfield lives up to Bethesda fans’ expectations. It might disappoint those who were anticipating a game that heavily leaned toward the space simulation genre, though. According to reviews, the game is a classic Bethesda title that improves on their template rather than breaking it. Despite this, many people believe it to be one of the studio’s best games ever as well as one of the year’s top releases.