Resident Evil Village on PC will support AMDs reitracing and FidelityFX

AMD, as part of the presentation of a new graphics card (Radeon RX 6700 XT for 1440p), announced that Resident Evil Village will support ray tracing and FidelityFX technology. Judging by the small showing, the introduction will be limited to the shading and lighting work that PlayStation 5 owners right now can personally explore in Maidens exclusive demo. A little more about this was told by Digital Foundry.

The most interesting thing is whether horror will support the intriguing technology of FidelityFX — upscale thanks to the neural network, Super Resolution. This is an analogue of DLSS from NVIDIA, which when playing in a lower resolution like 1080p can produce a picture similar to an honest 4K.

AMD has just promised to release Super Resolution in the spring, and Resident Evil Village will go on sale May 7. Perhaps, by the way, because of the partnership with AMD, the game will not have DLSS support on NVIDIA graphics cards.

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