Bethesda Game Studios have today officially announced that Nvidia DLSS is coming to Starfield soon, along with a full slate of other highly requested features.
Bethesda have today shared the first update for Starfield since the game launched on September 6. In the official blog post on Steam , the developers also thanked all players for diving into their new sci-fi epic RPG and promised to implement some of the highly requested features in the coming weeks and months.
Today's update is a small hotfix targeted at few top issues that have been reported. After today, players can also expect a regular interval of updates which include DLSS support, FOV slider, ultrawide monitor support and much more.
Bethesda also stated that they are working closely with Nvidia, AMD, and Intel on driver support and performance improvements.
Starfield Update Version 1.7.29 Patch notes
Performance and Stability
- Xbox Series X|S Improved stability related to installations.
- Various stability and performance improvements to reduce crashes and improve framerate.
- All That Money Can Buy: Fixed an issue where player activity could result in a quest blocker.
- Into the Unknown: Fixed an issue that could prevent the quest from appearing after the game is completed.
- Shadows in Neon: Fixed an issue where player activity could result in a quest blocker.
Coming to Starfield soon
- Brightness and Contrast controls
- HDR Calibration Menu
- FOV Slider
- Nvidia DLSS Support (PC)
- 32:9 Ultrawide Monitor Support (PC)
- Eat button for food
Last but certainly not least, Bethesda confirmed they are working on built-in mod support (Creations) that will work across all platforms similar to how they did with Skyrim and Fallout 4.
This full support is planned to launch early next year.
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