Lords of the Fallen has confirmed a significant feature for its launch
Lords of the Fallen, a game that shares similarities with the Souls series, will offer support for Nvidia's DLSS3 and AMD's FSR3 upscaling technologi...
Lords of the Fallen, a game that shares similarities with the Souls series, will offer support for Nvidia's DLSS3 and AMD's FSR3 upscaling technologies on PC. This feature enables gamers to enhance performance without compromising the visual quality of the game.
The game serves as a spiritual successor to the title released in 2014 and will be launched on various platforms throughout the day on Steam.
Players will assume the role of a Dark Crusader on a mission to defeat the resurrected demon God Adyr, with the option for cooperative gameplay. The game boasts impressive graphics and offers DLSS and FSR options for PC players. DLSS is exclusive to Nvidia RTX cards, while FSR is compatible with most modern graphics cards.
Lords of the Fallen, the upcoming game with similarities to the Souls series developed by CI Games, will feature support for Nvidia's DLSS3 and AMD's FSR3 upscaling technologies on PC. This will enable PC gamers with compatible graphics cards to utilize these options, which can enhance the game's performance by increasing the framerate while minimizing the impact on graphical quality.
Lords of the Fallen, serving as a spiritual successor to the 2014 game of the same name, will be released on Friday, October 13, with console versions launching at midnight local time and the Steam version being released at various times throughout the day. While it is connected to the 2014 title, CI Games and Hexworks do not explicitly consider it a direct sequel. Joining the ranks of dark Soulsborne games like Elden Ring and Lies of P, Lords of the Fallen puts players in the role of a Dark Crusader on a mission to defeat the resurrected demon God Adyr. With nine starting classes and the ability to explore both the realms of the living and the dead, players can also embark on co-op adventures by inviting a second player to join them.
While Lords of the Fallen boasts impressive visuals, it can be demanding on certain systems. However, Nvidia has confirmed that the game will provide options for improving performance on PC, including the utilization of Nvidia's DLSS3. PC players with compatible graphics cards, such as the Nvidia RTX 4060, will have access to both DLSS and FSR options in the Display settings of Lords of the Fallen. Furthermore, Nvidia DLSS will take advantage of frame generation and Nvidia's image-sharpening technologies to enhance the gaming experience.
Furthermore, Twitch Partner Lirik confirmed during a recent stream that gamers will have the option to choose AMD's FSR as well, but the stream was deleted for unknown reasons. While DLSS is exclusive to compatible Nvidia RTX graphics cards, AMD's FSR3 technology operates at the software level and can be utilized by most modern graphics cards. Although DLSS is generally favored by gamers, AMD is actively working on implementing its own frame generation technology on a per-game basis to complement FSR's upscaling capabilities. Only time will tell how many future games will incorporate FSR3, but as of the current writing, Lords of the Fallen joins Forspoken and Immortals of Aveum on the list of games that do.
The Lords of the Fallen
Lords of the Fallen is the second installment in the Lords of the Fallen universe. This release offers a vast world that is approximately five times larger than the original game, providing players with a more extensive exploration of the lore within this dark and gritty realm. Players will once again employ a range of weapons, skills, and abilities as they navigate through the game.
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Lords of the Fallen, being the most recent game to be released during a busy October schedule, offers PC players the ability to customize their experience according to their preferences, particularly for those who are fans of the Soulsborne genre. The reception and performance of Lords of the Fallen among gamers will become apparent only after its release.
Lords of the Fallen will be released on Friday, October 13, for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.