Hello Games are implementing AMD Fidelity FX SuperResolution to their space-exploration sim No Man's Sky very soon, according to the listing on AMD's official website.
Since officially introducing their DLSS competitor Fidelity FX SuperResolution, AMD have worked together with developers to bring their new tech to as many games as possible. For now, there are some big titles that support AMD FSR like Resident Evil Village, The Medium, Black Desert Online and many many other and soon, the tech will be available in even more titles.
Hello Games' space exploration sim No Man's Sky is one of these games that will soon introduce AMD FSR technology, according to the listing on the official website of AMD.
No Man's Sky is listed with other big games like Far Cry 6, Forspoken, F1 2021 and Baldur's Gate among others.
At the moment, we don't know when exactly Hello Games will be adding AMD FSR to the game but since the addition is pretty much is confirmed via AMD, we expect the update to drop very soon.
As for the performance, well, it all depends on the implementation but it's safe to expect a proper boost with some small visual downgrade.
Players with weaker hardware will certainly appreciate this addition.
No Man's Sky is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
You can find more details about AMD FSR here.