AMD’s FidelityFX tech has been added to RAGE 2

AMD's FidelityFX tech has been added to RAGE 2

AMD’s FidelityFX tech has been added to RAGE 2

AMD’s FidelityFX promises to increase image sharpness while incurring a minimal performance penalty, utilising a smart algorithm to highlight details in low contrast areas to create clearer final images without sharpening artefacts. Basically, AMD’s FidelityFX promises post-process sharpening with no real downsides. 

Bethesda’s RAGE 2 has been updated to become the first PC game to offer AMD’s FidelityFX technology, with the feature arriving on “all platforms” to address the game’s “blurry” complaints. 

RAGE 2 utilises Temporal AntiAliasing (TAA) to smooth out the game’s edges and deliver a final image with little to no aliasing, but in doing so the game is blurred. AMD’s FidelityFX works to mitigate this, but at this time we do not know how much of an impact the effect will have on overall image quality. Below is an example of Fidelity FX as shown in Borderlands 3. 

AMD's FidelityFX tech has been added to RAGE 2

 

We plan to have a look at FidelityFX in RAGE 2 soon. Until then, you can have a look at our RAGE 2 PC Performance Analysis.   

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