AMD FSR 3 Frame Generation Mod Brings Considerable Performance Boosts in the Witcher 3, Starfield

The recently released AMD FSR 3 frame generation mod continues to be tested in all sorts of games to excellent results.

In The Witcher 3, as showcased in a new video by MxBenchmarkPC, the mod brings a considerable performance improvement over both native resolution and NVIDIA DLSS on an RTX 3080 at 1440p resolution in the ballpark of 30, 40 FPS more.

The new AMD FSR 3 frame generation mod was also tested in Starfield, which is set to receive official support in the near future. At 4K resolution, the latest game by Bethesda manages to hit a more stable 60 FPS framerate with the high preset and FSR upscaling set to quality on an RTX 3070 GPU, as shown in the video by lowfpsclip.

The release of the AMD FSR 3 frame generation source code for DirectX12 and Unreal Engine 5 last week opened the door for modders to implement AMD’s tech in games. Alongside the mod by Nukem8, which replaces DLSS 3 Frame Generation with FSR 3 frame generation, other game-specific mods were released for other titles such as Cyberpunk 2077, The Last of Us Part 1, and the Dead Space Remake.

The latest games to support AMD FSR 3 officially are Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name and Ubisoft’s Avatars: Frontiers of Pandora, the latter featuring the tech’s best implementation to date. Given how AMD’s frame generation tech works on every GPU, gaming is set to change forever once more titles support it, even on consoles.

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