The most-awaited Nvidia DLSS update for the Red Dead Redemption 2 is here and by the words of Nvidia, you can expect some gruesome performance boost across the board with the Nvidia RTX cards. Nvidia says “all GeForce RTX gamers” can expect over 60fps at 1080p on ultra settings, earlier RTX 2060 failed to even hit 60fps on average.
Nvidia also provides a few examples of what you can expect with their newer generation, 30 series cards. On 1440p quality with an RTX 3060 Ti on ultra settings you can expect 60 fps on average, while on 4k with a 3070 or better, you’ll be able to get around 60fps with ultra settings, once the patch is installed the DLSS toggle settings will be visible under the Settings / Graphics sub-menu.
Red Dead Redemption 2 came out back in 2019 for PC, but It’s still one of the most graphic intensive game out there and puts even the newest 30 series Nvidia graphic cards through their paces, with a fair bit of fiddling required between resolution, details and frame rate.
Now with the DLSS patch out, most of these compromises won’t be necessary anymore, which is also great news for the old 20 series card users as these updates are out for 20 series as well.
What is Nvidia DLSS?
DLSS Stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, which uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to dynamically upscale both the frame rate/second and the display image quality. AMD previously launched their own alternative technology called “AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR). Both of these tech does around the work with some minor changes overall.
This patch also applies to the Red Dead Online along with the release of their recent Blood Money update, that calls for some high-stake bank robberies with smoother gameplay experience.