AMD's DLSS competitor Fidelity FX Super Resolution (FSR) could launch as soon as next month, according to tech YouTuber Coreteks, who claims that game developers are already using the tech.
AMD could finally launch their DLSS competitor FSR sometime next month, says tech YouTuber Coreteks, who shared exclusive AMD info in the past. According to the leaker, AMD's long-awaited tech is already in the hands of game developers, which suggests the release date may not be that far away.
In the most recent interview with KitGuru , AMD's Frank Azor said that players won't have to wait long for an update on FSR, teasing a potential reveal very soon. However, Azor also said AMD are looking to launch the tech this year, which does not give us confidence for the imminent June release date.
Anyway, Coreteks also reveals that the tech requires minimal developer intervention, meaning that it's fairly easy to implement and interestingly, it is going to be compatible with Nvidia cards.
As for the performance, the leaker does not have info on that but he claims that it's certainly looking good at this moment, however, we will have to wait for the official launch to compare it with Nvidia's solution.
You may know that Nvidia has a head start with DLSS, which has been available for a couple of years now and it's one of the most popular features for many gamers. Whether AMD will be able to catch up with their own tech, it remains to be seen.