Lords of the Fallen, the upcoming game from developer Hexworks, is scheduled to release with support for AMD FSR 3 and Nvidia DLSS 3 right from the start. It will be only the second PC game to feature both of these integrated upscaling technologies. Lords of the Fallen has demonstrated substantial frame rate improvements when utilizing the AI-powered Frame Generative technologies.
In contrast to some of the top PC games of the year that initially launched without upscaling and frame generative technologies, only to introduce them later in a future update, Lords of the Fallen is taking advantage of the performance improvements right from the beginning. It is releasing on day one with support for AMD FSR 3 and Nvidia DLSS 3.
The initial news came from a Twitch stream that was recently aired, featuring American YouTuber LIRIK playing the dark-fantasy RPG before its official release. During the stream, menu options revealed the inclusion of FSR 3 and DLSS 3 in the game. The news was later confirmed by Nvidia itself, with an official announcement on their website stating that Lords of the Fallen will indeed have day-one support for DLSS 3 Frame Generation. This feature will allow GeForce RTX 40 Series gamers to increase their graphics settings and significantly boost their frame rates.
In addition to the official announcement, Nvidia provided a glimpse of the performance improvements we can expect from each RTX 40 series graphics card with the AI-powered Frame Generation technology. The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti, utilizing this next-generation tech, was able to achieve over 100 FPS in Lords of the Fallen, while the non-Ti version comfortably produced over 60 FPS. The higher-powered GeForce RTX 4080 surpassed 120 FPS, and the GeForce RTX 4090 went even further with 144 FPS. This clearly demonstrates that as long as you have an RTX 40 series graphics card, you won't have to worry about low frame rates when playing Lords of the Fallen upon its release.
While Nvidia has actively highlighted its integration of DLSS 3 in Lords of the Fallen for the game's launch, AMD has not yet officially confirmed the inclusion of FSR 3 in the Hexworks RPG. With the release of Lords of the Fallen approaching, it won't be long before we can see firsthand how both upscaling technologies enhance the immersive experience of the dark fantasy world.
If you have been deterred from purchasing some of the higher-priced RTX 40 series graphics cards for your PC gaming setup, I recommend checking out our Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 review for a detailed analysis of this DLSS 3 supported GPU. If your current rig is already benefiting from a powerful graphics card, upgrading to the best gaming SSDs can provide an additional performance boost and ensure your setup meets the increasing storage demands of modern PC games.