Far Cry 6 AMD FSR Can Give 20-25 FPS Boost on Average

Ubisoft’s Far Cry 6 is getting closer and closer to release, and as that happens, the company is starting to tout not just its gameplay and story, but also how nice it looks. A recent featurette from AMD went into detail on the game, showing off the Far Cry 6 AMD FSR.

AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), according to the video, will be doing its best not only to show players just how pretty the fictional Caribbean country of Yara is, but also will be able to shoot the game’s framerate up by anywhere from 20 to 25 frames, even over the 60 frames-per-second framerate.

Players will be able to see realistically raytraced shadows, reflections, high-resolution textures, and more, all with the power of the game’s FSR capabilities. Widescreen 60 FPS resolution will also be supported in the game with AMD graphics cards.

Alongside how the environment looks, AMD graphics cards will also be able to use high-dynamic ranging support to allow the game to be tear-free. High-Dynamic Ranging is a graphical process that will increase the luminosity of environments, allowing better lighting and shadows.

The Far Cry 6 AMD FSR in general seems to promise that the game will be the best-looking Far Cry game to date, at least on the PC. Of course, considering the power of both the Xbox Series X and Playstation 5, it will undoubtedly look very nice on both of those consoles too.

Of course, considering how many people are buying up high-end graphics cards to use them in Bitcoin-mining, whether PC fans of the series will actually be able to experience the Far Cry 6 AMD FSR remains to be seen. Hopefully the FSR won’t just be limited to the latest AMD graphics cards. The game comes out on October 7 of this year for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC, Xbox Series X, and Playstation 5.