Resident Evil 2 Game Remake might get DLSS, FSR 2.0 and Intel XeSS support thanks to an awesome mod being tested.
one MOD for the game Resident Evil remake in development for Praydog and PureDank YouTube channel Flat2VR showed in the video. In it, these companies have implemented support for increasing the technologies of NVIDIA, AMD and Intel. The game developed by Capcom does not officially support these technologies even with the introduction of ray tracing, as happened with two other titles in the franchise: Resident Evil 3 Remake and Resident Evil 7.
As of now, there is no confirmed release date for the mod, which appears to be a solution for the general gaming community, given that there is a large frame rate drop when ray tracing is activated in this framework. And every other game that has what is truly an essential tool.
This is the first time a game has supported all three expansion technologies, even without native support.
This is unprecedented and a record, because it is the first game that supports all three scaling technologies at the same time, even without native support. The implementation of these technologies should also improve the experience of playing Resident Evil saga titles in virtual reality (VR).
Resident Evil 2 is a classic that won its remake version in 2019, with versions for consoles and PC. Following the trend of recent years of remastering or remaking established titles, Capcom has re-released this great icon of survival horror games celebrated in the 90s era with new visuals using the RE engine that brings current graphics and gameplay. Mixing in some old-school quirks like the way you save the game and the way you access your inventory, it brings nostalgia to the fans who played the original version, but at the same time, keeps the current games modernized.
In this way, the following year saw the release of Resident Evil 3 Remake, which was heavily criticized for not being as faithful as its predecessor, not retaining some of the areas and scenarios contained in the original. Capcom is already preparing another gift for fans next year. This is a remake of Resident Evil 4, another success of the developer, which has also received several mods with high definition graphics and textures over the years, including by the community itself.