Dragon’s Dogma 2 already has the file for DLSS Frame Generation, so where is the feature?


Unless you’ve been purposely ignoring all of the news surrounding Dragon’s Dogma 2, you can’t have missed the fact that the game’s performance is somewhat poor. Although it’s almost entirely CPU-limited in the main city, the open world is still pretty demanding on graphics cards and it’s begging for a spot of upscaling and frame generation to give it all a handy boost. The former is already in the game but where’s the latter, especially since the DLSS 3 file for frame gen is in the installation folder.

And it’s not some ancient, early release of DLSS either. It’s actually the latest 3.5 version (specifically 3.5.10), although it has been in flight since October of last year. The same is true of the upscaling file for DLSS Super Resolution and the latency-reducing Reflex, so clearly Capcom has implemented the full DLSS 3.5 package into Dragon’s Dogma 2.



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