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Death Stranding April 19th Patch adds support for Intel XeSS 1.1 & DualSense Edge

Kojima Productions has released a new patch for Death Stranding Director’s Cut that adds support for Intel XeSS 1.1 and DualSense Edge.

For those unaware, Kojima Productions added support for Intel’s AI upscaling technique back in September 2022. However, that patch brought support only for version 1.0. So, now, thanks to this latest update, PC gamers can take advantage of the latest version of XeSS.

Intel claims that version 1.1 introduces improved temporal stability for XeSS DP4a and XMX models. Furthermore, there will now be less ghosting, moire and flickering.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Death Stranding April 19th Update Release Notes

  • XeSS v1.1 – Introduces improved temporal stability for XeSS DP4a and XMX models
  • Reduced ghosting, moire and flickering
  • DualSense Edge Support

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