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AMD FSR 2.0 Mod released for Red Dead Redemption 2

RealIndica has shared a new mod that adds support for AMD’s FSR 2.0 in Red Dead Redemption 2. As you may have guessed, this AMD FSR 2.0 is based on the Cyberpunk 2077 FSR 2.0 Mod we shared a while back.

Similarly to the Dying Light 2 FSR 2.0 Mod, this mod replaces DLSS with FSR 2.0. As such, those that do not own an RTX GPU can now take advantage of AMD’s latest upscaling tech.

As the mod’s description reads:

“Based on PotatoOfDoom’s Cyberpunk 2077 FSR2.0 mod, this mod brings AMD’s FideltyFX Super Resolution 2.0 to Red Dead Redemption 2; replacing its DLSS implementation. With similar-to-dlss performance gains and improved visual fidelity, this mod is perfect if you struggle to run Red Dead Redemption 2 at your native resolution on a non-RTX graphics card.”

You can download the mod from here. Do also note that since this is an unofficial FSR 2.0 Mod, there might be some bugs and glitches.

Speaking of Red Dead Redemption 2, we also suggest taking a look at the following mods. There is a mod that adds “The Matrix” bullet time effect, and there is an AI-enhanced HD Texture Pack for all weapons. Furthermore, there is a mod that adds 13 lore-friendly Mexico map expansions. Another cool mod is this one that enables dismemberment for all pedestrians. Additionally, you can find a mod that restores unused beta models & NPCs and another mod that overhauls its law system.

Have fun!

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