According to the discoveries of some users who are trying the Beta of Call of Duty Vanguard, the Activision shooter could marry the Fidelity FX Super Resolution technology on PC, thus preferring it to the most popular NVIDIA DLSS.
As you can see through the image that we have reported at the bottom of the news, the COD Vanguard config files show the possibility of activating the Fidelity FX Super Resolution. This is the upscaling algorithm devised by AMD with which games can benefit both in terms of performance and graphics quality. The technology differs from that of NVIDIA’s DLSS, which instead represents a real artificial reconstruction of the game image, as happens with checkerboard rendering.
Activision and Sledgehammer Games, however, have not yet made official announcements regarding Call of Duty Vanguard’s support for AMD Fidelty FX. It will therefore be good to wait for the official parties to express themselves on the matter.
We remind you that COD Vanguard will be available starting from November 5th on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players banned on Warzone cannot access the Vanguard Beta. On our pages you can take a look at the differences between the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions.