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Starfield gets a new DLSS 3 Mod with extensive in-game settings

Modder ‘Nukem’ has released the best DLSS 3 Mod for Bethesda’s latest RPG, Starfield. This mod adds proper in-game settings/options, allowing players to adjust both DLSS 3 Super Resolution and DLSS 3 Frame Generation while playing the game.

For those unaware, PureDark’s DLSS 3 Mod adds to the game Reshade and breaks compatibility with the SpecialK Mod. It’s also a paid mod so most of you won’t really bother with it. On the other hand, the free DLSS 3 Mod from LukeFZ only allows you to change settings via a TXT file. This basically means that in order to make any changes to DLSS 3, you’ll have to quit the game, make the changes, and then re-launch Starfield.

With this latest DLSS 3 Mod, however, you can easily make changes to DLSS 3 while playing the game. Below you can find the new graphics settings.

Starfield DLSS 3 Mod with in-game settings

As we can see, PC gamers can even make changes to the Upscaling Mip Bias, the Model Preset of DLSS, and its Sharpening Method. Seriously, this is the most advanced DLSS 3 menu we’ve ever seen. So, kudos to the modder for including all these options.

You can download this latest DLSS 3 Mod for Starfield from here.

Speaking of Starfield, we also suggest taking a look at these other mods for it. This mod solves the game’s elevated black levels/washed-out graphics, and we highly recommend using it. You can also use this guide in order to increase your FOV. And let’s not forget the DLSS 2/XeSS and DLSS 3 Frame Generation mods. Sprinting Stuttering Fix is another interesting mod that addresses some stuttering issues that could occur in Starfield while running. And then we have these two must-have mods that overhaul the game’s User Interface and Particle Effects. Yesterday, we also shared an incredible Star Wars Mandalorian Mod. And lastly, you can download these highly detailed 8K and 4K Texture Packs.