Diablo 2 Resurrected feature

Here is how you can enable AMD FSR 2.0 in Diablo 2 Resurrected (and other DLSS-powered games)

In June 2022, we informed you about a mod that introduced AMD’s latest upscaling tech, FSR 2.0, to Cyberpunk 2077. By using this code as a base, we then got AMD FSR 2.0 mods for other games like Dying Light 2 and Red Dead Redemption 2. However, it appears that you can tweak any game that has DLSS 2.0 to enable FSR 2.0 yourselves, and below we’ll show you how you can do it..

Theoretically, this method should work in all games that support DLSS 2.0. From what we’ve seen, this method works in Diablo 2 Resurrected and Metro Exodus.

So, all you have to do is follow this guide (provided by Reddit’s xyGvot for Diablo 2 Resurrected).

NVIDIA users:

  • Download the Cyberpunk 2077 FSR 2.0 Mod
  • put the mod’s files (nvngx.dll and nvngx.ini) in DR2’s root folder
  • run EnableSignatureOverride.reg
  • open nvngx.ini
  • change DepthInverted=auto to DepthInverted=false
  • change Method=auto to Method=config just to be safe

AMD users may have to follow some additional steps.

  • download DXVK
  • copy dxgi.dll and d3d11.dll from the x64 folder to D2R’s root
  • download VKD3D
  • copy d3d12.dll from the x64 folder to D2R’s root
  • create a text file in D2R’s root named dxvk
  • add the following lines:
    • dxgi.customDeviceId = 0x222F
    • dxgi.customVendorId = 0x10de
    • dxgi.nvapiHack = False
  • change the file extension to .conf so that you end up with dxvk.conf

And, that’s it. By doing these changes, you should be able to use AMD FSR 2.0 instead of DLSS 2.0. Not only that, but by spoofing the GPU to an RTX3080, owners of older NVIDIA and AMD GPUs will be able to enjoy the benefits of FSR 2.0.

To be honest, I’d prefer mods that you can simply drag and drop to a game’s folder. However, and for those that can’t wait, this is how you can replace DLSS 2.0 with FSR 2.0!

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