Kojima Productions has released a brand new update for the PC version of Death Stranding. According to the release notes, the September 24th Update introduces DLSS 2.1 to the game, as well as its Ultra Performance Mode.
What this means is that PC gamers can use this Ultra Performance Mode in order to run the game in higher resolutions than 4K. Furthermore, owners of mid-tier RTX GPUs can use this mode in order to further improve overall performance in 4K (or in lower resolutions). However, do note that the game will be rendered at a really low resolution. As such, you will get additional artifacts and aliasing.
Alongside the DLSS 2.1 Ultra Performance Mode, this latest update improves overall game stability. Additionally, it adds Achievement Display Support for Epic Games Store.
As always, Steam and Epic Games Store will download this patch the next time you launch their clients. Below you can also find its complete changelog.
Death Stranding September 24th Update Release Notes
- Added Ultra Performance Mode for DLSS 2.1.
- Added Achievement Display Support for Epic Games Store.
- Improved game stability.
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