tlhIngan writes: Starfield, a Bethesda space-based RPG that was not too long ago launched, was criticized for not having Nvidia DLSS help — as a substitute the sport was primarily written to function AMD’s FSR help. This is not too shocking for the reason that main consoles all use AMD processors and GPUs. Nonetheless, an enterprising modder created a mod that enables players with Nvidia cards to enable DLSS. This is not the bizarre bit — the mod makes DLSS2 (ca. 2020) out there free of charge, whereas the model enabling DLSS3 (which provides the power to make use of AI to generate frames in-between) is behind a Patreon paywall. This has result in a number of different individuals to crack the DRM defending the mod itself (word: this isn’t the DRM on the sport itself — the sport’s Steam web page would not appear to indicate use of third celebration DRM past Steam). Think about that — DRM on a recreation mod as a result of it requires cost.