Codemasters announced that the year’s edition of the official Formula One game, F1 2020, receives NVIDIA DLSS support through an update. When enabled, DLSS (Deep Learning Supersampling) unleashes massive gains in performance by rendering the game at a lower resolution than your display’s native resolution, and restoring details back into the game through AI supersampling. With DLSS and maximum game settings, even a $400 GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER is capable of playing F1 2020 at 4K UHD resolution with over 60 fps. The RTX 2070 SUPER manages roughly 75 fps, and the top RTX 2080 Ti over 100 fps. There are also handy performance uplifts to be had on the 1440p and Full HD (1080p) resolutions.
“We wanted F1 2020 to be the most authentic and immersive F1 game to date,” said Lee Mather, F1 Franchise Game Director at Codemasters. “This required a laser focus on all aspects, from the My Team feature through to every pixel on the screen. NVIDIA DLSS gives users the performance headroom to maximise visual settings, resulting in realistic, immersive graphics.”