Buckle up, because Forza Horizon 5 DLSS 3 compatibility is now a thing, and it will help you find your way using Frame Generation. While the GeForce tool is only officially compatible with 40-series graphics cards, Nvidia claims it will be able to “break the 120 FPS barrier at 4K with every setting maxed out,” using the power improved AI.
Nvidia DLSS 3 gives top contenders for enterprise graphics cards an edge in the race against AMD, and that’s largely thanks to Frame Generation. The setting effectively fills in any fps gaps during gameplay with AI-generated footage, which in turn helps boost fps beyond native capabilities. As AMD strives to turn its FidelityFX Super Resolution upscaler into a true contender using “Fluid Motion Frames” technology, the now found support for Forza Horizon 5 proves that Nvidia’s DLSS 3 shortlist is growing.
In a press release, Nvidia reveals Forza Horizon 5 DLSS 3 support available starting today. The company says the feature will downgrade gaming to 4K at 120fps, a benefit that will benefit setups that include one of the best gaming monitor options. higher frames, but this could ultimately compromise fidelity.
By combining Nvidia DLSS 3 with Forza Horizon 5’s best settings, you should be able to take performance to the next level. Again, you’ll need a GPU like the one tested in our Nvidia RTX 4080 review, but access to the GPU giant’s GeForce cheat box should be cheaper once the RTX 4060 and RTX release date. 4070 arrival.
It might be overkill, but seeing PlayGround Games adopt DLSS 3 could bode well, as it could mean Fable 4 will receive the same treatment. However, it seems that developers usually opt for DLSS 2 integration first, as Frame Generation won’t lower The Last of Us system requirements bar when it unlocks on Steam. In other words, it’s unclear which games will actually be supported by the sophisticated AI technology, so all we can do is wait.
If you’re having trouble running your favorite racing game, you might want to double-check the Forza Horizon 5 system requirements. This should alleviate any hardware-specific issues that are slowing performance, especially if your computer needs an update.